THE families of two teenagers who died after attending a rave at Glasgow's SWG3 have released statements. 

We previously reported two 18-year-olds, who did not know each other, had died after attending the event headlined by DJ Ben Hemsley at the venue's Galvanizers Yard on Saturday, August 12. 

They have now been named as Scott Allison and Marcus Dick by police. 

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Scott died after being found unwell at Croy train station at around 11.20pm on Saturday. 

He was taken to University Hospital Monklands in Airdrie where he was pronounced dead a short time later. 

Marcus died in Queen Elizabeth University Hospital after becoming unwell at around 2.20am on Sunday, August 13 at SWG3. 

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In a statement issued on behalf of Scott's family, they are said are "devastated" by his death. 

They said: "We are devastated by the loss of Scott who was loved very much by his family and friends.

"We are asking for privacy at this very difficult time and would like to thank everyone for their kind words."

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In a statement issued on behalf of Marcus' family, they said it is a "very hard time" for their family and everyone who knew him. 

They said: "We are all devastated by the loss of Marcus who went out to enjoy a night with his friends, but became unwell around 11pm and was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where he sadly passed away in the early hours.

"This is a very hard time for our family and everyone who knew him.

"We respectfully ask for privacy at this time while we come to terms with our loss."

The tributes come after DJ Ben Hemsley spoke of his sadness at hearing about the young men's deaths. 

In a statement shared on Instagram he wrote: "With the heaviest of hearts I am writing this.

"On Sunday morning after my performance at SWG3's Galvanizers Yard in Glasgow, I heard the news that two people had sadly passed away.

"It's hard to put into words the sadness I feel for the families and loved ones.

"A full police investigation is currently underway and I ask that you please respect the privacy of the families involved whilst the police continue to search for answers."

We previously reported officers said they are treating both deaths as drugs related. 

Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland, Divisional Commander for Greater Glasgow, said: "Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of the two men who have lost their lives.

"So far in our enquiries, it has been established that both of these men, who were unknown to each other, attended the same event in the Eastvale Place area of Glasgow on Saturday night.

"However, enquiries remain ongoing and although we are investigating both deaths as drug-related at this time, there is no evidence to suggest there is a connection between these deaths.

"We are committed to establishing the full circumstances and are working with the venue, colleagues in the NHS and Public Health Scotland as our enquiries continue to ensure a partnership and public health-led approach."

A spokesperson for SWG3 said: "We are absolutely devastated that there were two fatalities amongst audience members following the event on Saturday.

"We are currently supporting the police with their inquiries and our deepest sympathies are with the family members and friends at this incredibly difficult time."