Loved ones of tragic John Connelly have left tributes at the site where he was found dead in Glasgow.

Mr Connelly's body was pulled from the water at Spiers Wharf by police in the city on Monday night, with officers confirming his identity on Tuesday. 

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The area had been cordoned off while investigators and forensics teams survey the site. 

Glasgow Times:

However, the area closed off by police has widened since Monday following a police appeal for information on Tuesday night. 

Police in Glasgow announced on Tuesday that the death of the 28-year-old was being treated as unexplained. 

Glasgow Times:

Officers have since confirmed that this remains the case as investigators remain on scene in the north of the city. 

Meanwhile, a number of tributes have been left at the waterside site for Mr Connelly. 

Glasgow Times:

Messages from family and friends have been left on a railing next to the canal, written on flowers, football scarfs and shirts.

One read: "I'm going to miss you wee man. A true gem of a guy."

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Others said "miss you" and "never forget you". 

Police have appealed for more information into the incidents leading to Mr Connelly's death and have asked for members of the public to come forward. 

Glasgow Times:

Officers are continuing to carry out enquiries to find out exactly what happened to the 28-year-old. 

An appeal has been launched for anyone who was in the area of Spiers Wharf on the night of Monday, July 15, 2019 between 8pm and 11pm.

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Those with information are encouraged to get in touch with officers via 101, quoting incident number 3452 of Monday, 22 July, 2019.