Tributes paid to man whose body was recovered after search of River Tees
The family of a man whose body was recovered from the River Tees have paid tribute to a ‘much loved son, brother, uncle, grandson and partner.’
Liam was the son of Beryl Neylan and the late Stephen Fawcett and was described by his family as a ‘well-liked young man.’
A statement said: “As a family we are extremely grateful for the kind words and condolences. We truly appreciate the support.
“Liam will be very sadly missed, he has left a void in our lives that can never be filled.”
Police are not treating the death as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the Coroner.
A Cleveland Police spokesman said: “Our thoughts are with Liam’s family and friends at this difficult time.”