Tributes have been given to a four-year-old boy who was discovered deceased at a residence in Paisley.
At approximately 8pm on Monday, the remains of Kayden Frank were discovered at a location within the Argyle Street vicinity.
According to police, Kayden’s death on Thursday is being investigated as a murder.
In addition to Kayden’s body, the remains of a 38-year-old man were also found. According to official sources, the death is not currently under suspicion.
Kayden’s nursery has paid tribute to him, highlighting his “amazing sense of humour” and “big heart”.
According to Pamela McLachlan, the head of Douglas Street Early Learning and Childcare Centre, the news of Kayden’s death has left everyone devastated.
The subject of discussion was a delightful young man who possessed a remarkable sense of humor, frequently seen with a smile on his face while singing and dancing.
According to sources, he was known for his exceptional cuddling skills and had a kind and affectionate demeanor. According to the source, the individual had a fondness for both jumping in puddles at their forest kindergarten and baking scones.
According to sources, Kayden’s friends and all staff members are deeply saddened by his passing and will miss him greatly. The individual expressed their condolences, stating, “Our thoughts go to all his family and friends.”
Currently, investigations into the incident are underway.
According to Detective Chief Inspector Christopher Thomson of the Major Investigation Team, the tragic incident has left Kayden’s family and friends, as well as all those impacted, in their thoughts.
According to officials, specialist support is being provided to the family during this extremely challenging period. Additionally, authorities are actively investigating the matter in order to provide the family with some much-needed answers.
According to sources, the family of Kayden has requested that their privacy be respected during this time.
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