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The family of Warren Graham, 17, who very sadly died on the railway in East Ayrshire are today paying tribute to him and requesting their privacy is respected.
Officers were called to the line in Kilmarnock at 12.58pm on Tuesday 25 January following reports of a casualty near the tracks.
Paramedics also attended, however sadly Warren was pronounced dead at the scene. The incident is not being treated as suspicious.
Warren’s family said: “Our lives have changed forever but we will always cherish the memories we have of our special boy.
“Thank you to everyone who has paid tribute to Warren. This has given us comfort knowing what a popular, well-liked boy he was.
“Please respect our privacy at this sad time to help us to come to terms with our loss.”
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