A double cheeseburger and a bottle of Jack Daniels are among the tributes left at the scene of a crash which claimed the lives of two men.
Conner Stevens, 24, and Luke Peaurt-Moran, 18, died after the stolen Audi they were travelling in crashed into a wall, followed by a telegraph pole and second wall, on Moss Lane in Burscough, at around 4am on Wednesday, November 20.
Conner who was driving the car at the time of the crash, died at the scene, while Luke who was travelling in the front passenger seat was rushed to hospital with critical injuries - where he died a short time later.
At the scene of the crash a series of heartbreaking tributes have begun to mount up in memory of the two young men who tragically lost their lives.
A bottle of Jack Daniels and a double cheeseburger from Mcdonald's are among the items laid to rest on the roadside, alongside bouquets of flowers and heartbreaking notes.
Photos also show cans of fizzy drinks including the energy drink Monster and Rio, which were left along with what appears to be a takeaway in a tupperware box.
Other items left as tributes to the two men include a takeaway pizza, two lighters, a packet of skittles and a pair of ski goggles.
Meanwhile a touching message addressed to the two men from their friends and family was pinned onto a billboard surrounded by photos of them.
The first message said: "RIP Conner you will be missed by everyone.
"You was one of a kind, you was the heart and soul of parties, it will not be the same without you.
"Lots of love Family and Friends."
And the second message, said: "Ride in paradise Luke Brother, just can't believe you have been taken away from us you will be missed by everyone mate.
Photos left beside the tribute, show the two men posing with friends and family and sitting on the back of a motorbike.
Another message left at the scene said: "See you on the other side my brother."
While another said: "Love you always lad!"
The tributes sit just a short distance away from the stone wall and a brick wall which were both heavily damaged during the crash on November 20.
Photos also show the fallen telegraph pole which has been left lying on a plot of grass outside a property on the street.
The Audi which plouged into the two walls and the pole during the crash, was stolen in a burglary in the Towngate area of Eccleston, in Lancashire, while a second car, a red Fiat 500 Abarth, also stolen, was seen travelling in convoy with the Audi.
That vehicle was later recovered on Valley Close in Crosby.
Detectives from Lancashire Policehave now launched a new appeal , urging the occupants of the Fiat to make contact with officers.
Detective Chief Inspector Rebecca Smith, of Lancashire Police , said: “Whilst we know that the Audi which Conner and Luke were in had been stolen, I would like to remind people that whatever the circumstances are around this incident, two young men have lost their lives and their families deserve answers.
"It’s extremely important to me and my team that we find out exactly what happened, why and how.
“We believe there were others involved, particularly people connected to the Abarth.
"I am appealing to the wider public to provide us with the details of those involved.
"Were any of your relatives, partners or friends out in the early hours of Wednesday 20th November 2019?
"Have they been acting differently since this incident, do you suspect they were involved?
"If so please let us know.
Detective Chief Inspector Rebecca Smith, added: “I would also like to appeal directly to those involved in this incident to search your conscience, come forward and do the right thing.
"I appreciate that this will be a difficult decision out of fear that they may be in trouble however, two young men went out that night and never came home.
"I ask these people what they would want others to do if it was one of their loved ones.
She said: “I believe that those linked to the Fiat Abarth made off from the scene.
"I would ask them to consider what would have been the right thing to do in these circumstances?
"Did you go back and check on your friends, did you ring for assistance from the emergency services?
"Or did you as I believe, make off from the scene immediately without doing either of these things leaving both Conner and Luke critically injured inside the Audi?"
Police have warned that anyone caught intentionally withholding information about Mr Stevens' and Mr Peaurt-Moran's deaths could be arrested.
Another tribute to Conner Stevens was also shared by his family this week. It said: "Conner was loved by all that knew him.
"Not an angel but a kid who would do anybody a good turn.
"He would brighten any room up with his bubbly character and his gorgeous smile.
“He loved his bikes, partying and being a little rebel showing off.
“He will be dearly missed and always loved.”
Anyone with information is urged to call 101 quoting incident reference 114 of November 20th or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.
A donation page made for Conner by friends and family after his death is here , while another page for Luke can be found here .