Harry Dunn: Hundreds of bikers pay tribute as they follow teenage crash victim's last ride in Brackley

Bronwen Weatherby

Hundreds of motorcyclists have come together to ride in memory of the teenager killed in a collision with a US diplomat's wife.

Harry Dunn, 19, died in Northamptonshire on August 27 after a head-on crash outside RAF Croughton.

Anne Sacoolas, the wife of an American intelligence officer, is believed to have been driving on the wrong side of the road when she hit Mr Dunn’s motorbike.

The 42-year-old is a suspect in the investigation into Mr Dunn's death but she left the country in the weeks after the incident, claiming diplomatic immunity back in America.

Bikers riding in tribute to Harry Dunn (PA)

On Sunday, hundreds of bikers joined together to pay tribute to Mr Dunn, whose twin brother Niall previously described as a motorcycling fanatic who "loved anything on wheels".

The motorbike convoy followed his last ride through Brackley.

Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn emotional at the strong public support they have received (PA)

The bike ride also showed support of the Dunn family's aim to bring Sacoolas back to the UK, where she would face questioning.

Bikers added green bows - a symbol of the campaign - to their bikes, while members of the Banbury Scooter Club had placed on their scooters Justice4Harry stickers.

A motorbike convoy prepares to follow Harry Dunn's last ride in Brackley (PA)

Mr Dunn's mother Charlotte Charles was pictured wiping away tears as she stood alongside husband Bruce at the event on Sunday.

The teenager's father Tim Dunn was also seen with his partner Tracey in Brackley.

Tim Dunn (centre), the father of Harry Dunn, and his partner Tracey (PA)

On Friday, Mr Dunn's parents said they were deeply frustrated by the lack of progress by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), who are yet to make a decision whether to charge Sacoolas.

The parents said they were "on their knees" after 12 weeks of no action.

The CPS have said they are "doing everything possible to reach a charging decision as soon as we can". Adding, they did not know how long the process would take.