After the’sudden and unexpected’ deaths of a young couple, tributes have poured in.
Police are investigating the deaths of Sam Roberts, 22, and Lauren Hetherington, 23, who were discovered dead in a residence in Ardrossan, Scotland. Their deaths are not regarded to be suspicious.
A young couple died unexpectedly, prompting investigators to look into their “unexplained” deaths.
On Monday, Sam Roberts, 22, and Lauren Hetherington, 23, were discovered dead at a home on Millglen Road in Ardrossan, Scotland.
The couple’s terrible deaths were discovered at the residence, and police have initiated an inquiry as tributes are paid on social media, according to the Daily Record.
Friends and relatives have been shocked by the tragedy, with many characterizing Lauren as a “wonderful person” and calling the news “upsetting.”
“What a sad morning woke up to some incredibly upsetting news RIP Sam Roberts and his girlfriend as well,” Kirsty Mckenna added.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the Roberts family and girlfriends,” says the family.
“RIP Lauren, beautiful soul gone way too soon,” Claire Bevan said.
“RIP Lauren, can’t believe the news today, gone way too soon,” Yvonne Grayhurst added.
The couple has been dating for two years, according to material on Sam’s Facebook page, according to The Scottish Sun.
The couple’s deaths are being treated as “unexplained” by police, but they are not being treated as suspicious.
There has been no further information released about the couple’s deaths.
The investigation is ongoing, and the Procurator Fiscal will receive a comprehensive report on the occurrence.
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“We can confirm that officers were called to a property on Millglen Road, Ardrossan, about 3pm on Monday, November 22nd, following the untimely deaths of a 22-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman,” a Police Scotland spokeswoman said.
“At this time, the deaths are being classified as unexplained, but no suspicious circumstances are suspected.”
“The Procurator Fiscal will receive a report.”