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Tributes have been paid to a young man whose body was found in a cemetery in Limavady yesterday

Tributes have been paid to a young man whose body was found in a cemetery in Limavady yesterday

Tributes have been paid to a young man whose body was found in a cemetery in Limavady yesterday

Tributes have been paid to a young man whose body was found in a cemetery in Limavady yesterday.

Police investigating the death of the man, named locally as Ben Morrow, are not treating it as suspicious.

The entrance to Enagh Cemetery was sealed off, after council workers discovered the remains.

Friends expressed shock at the tragedy on social media.

One of them wrote: "Still can't get my head around this.

"Ben was one of the most nicest and down-to-earth boys out there.

"He was so easy to talk to and was always there for me.

"I honestly can't believe he's gone. I'm so devastated."

Another friend added: "Can't believe I woke up to hear the news. It is actually heartbreaking hearing you are gone. Rest easy."

A PSNI spokesman said: "Police attended the sudden death of a male in the Scroggy Road area of Limavady on the morning of Friday December 30.

"At this time, the death is not being treated as suspicious."

Belfast Telegraph