A bridge in Northern Ireland is set to be named after Noah Donohoe.
The 14-year-old was found dead in a storm drain in Belfast in 2020 - six days after being reported missing.
The Lagan Gateway is a foot and cycle bridge which links communities in the south of the city.
People were asked for ideas on a name for the new bridge in a competition which has since closed.
It's believed more than 1,500 suggestions were submitted to name it in Noah's memory.
The issue was also discussed at a meeting of a Belfast City Council committee on Friday.
After the meeting, Sinn Féin Councillor Ryan Murphy said it was proposed that the new bridge "be named after young Noah Donohoe".
"There was huge public demand for it & are glad that this will now happen", he wrote on Twitter.
"We will continue to stand with Fiona and her family in their battle for truth and justice for Noah", he added.
In Council this morning we proposed that the new Lagan gateway bridge be named after young Noah Donohoe. There was huge public demand for it & are glad that this will now happen. We will continue to stand with Fiona and her family in their battle for truth and justice for Noah💙
— Ryan Murphy (@CllrRyanMurphy) August 19, 2022