A Northern Ireland man has died while on holiday in Spain.
Coleraine man Aaron Henderson died while in Magaluf on the island of Majorca while on a family holiday.
It has been reported he died on Monday after suffering serious head injuries, although the cause of death has not yet been confirmed.
Tributes have flooded social networks for the well-known man with hundreds of messages of support for his partner and family.
East Londonderry MLA Maurice Bradley offered his condolences to the family.
“This is devastating news," he told Causeway Coast Community News.
“Aaron was a well-known young man, a keen Coleraine fan, he was well liked by his peers and known by customers to the family business.
“My thoughts go to Aaron’s partner and his entire family circle.”
Coleraine family firm Paul Henderson Wholesale announced it would be closing until further notice following the death.
"We appreciate your patience and understanding and ask that you respect the family’s privacy at this time," the firm said.
Hundreds offered their condolences.
"So sorry to hear the news devastating for you and all wider family big hugs to you through this difficult time," said one tribute.
"No words can describe what your going through your in my thoughts and prayers."
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office said that it was supporting the family.