Since Raoul Moat's death his house in Fenham in Newcastle upon Tyne has become a focus for local feeling.
By Monday, 12 July over 50 bouquets and bunches of flowers had been placed along Moat's garden wall.
Candles had been lit next to messages of support and regret.
Messages for Raoul Moat expressed regret at the circumstances in which he died.
Some cards were clearly from friends and colleagues.
Others seem to be sent by neighbours and acquaintances who didn't know Raoul Moat well.
Unlike some messages left in Rothbury - one hoping he would "rot in hell" - little blame is levelled in the cards left outside Moat's house.
In fact, in some messages, the opposite is implied.
Flowers have been brought some distance to this spot.
References to Moat as a good friend reflect comments made during the week on various social networking sites.
Flowers, candles and messages placed outside Moat's house in Fenham in Newcastle upon Tyne.
A woman lays two bunches of flowers and then reads some of the cards.
A community support officer has been on duty by the flowers since early on the morning of Monday, 12 July.
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