Ryan Low: Police renew appeal for information two weeks after Hibs fan found dead in flat

Mr Low was found dead in his Paisley flat late last month.

Detectives have revisited the flat of Ryan Low two weeks after he was found dead in his Paisley home.

The 32-year-old hailed from Edinburgh and was a keen Hibs fan with links to the Gilmerton area of the Capital, according to friends.

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His body was discovered in his flat in Springbank Road on Monday June 29.

Detectives have revisited the flat of Ryan Low two weeks after he was found dead in his Paisley home.

However, officers believe he was killed between 4.30am and 6am on Thursday June 25.

Officers spoke to over 60 motorists and pedestrians who may have been in the area on the Thursday morning, in the hope of gaining additional information that could help trace the person or persons responsible for Mr Low’s death.

Detective Chief Inspector Gillian Grant of the major investigation team (West) said: “The response from the public has been very encouraging and information gained today and over the last week or so has established that two men were seen in the Springbank Road area around the time we believe that Ryan was murdered – between 4.30 and 6am on Thursday June 25 2020.

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“I am also still keen to hear from anyone who may have had any contact with Ryan recently or anyone who has any information which might help us in this investigation.”

“I'm numb and have no more tears left to cry”

Friends and family paid tribute to Mr Low after news of his death became public.

One close friend, Cher McLean, said the news had been broken to her via Ryan’s sister, Danielle.

She said she had been “praying that it wasn’t true”.

On Facebook, she said: “Woke up to the dreaded call from your sister this morning to confirm what I was praying wasn’t true. This has hit me hard.

“I've had your back since we were kids you are one of my longest and bestest friends.

“Was only the other week you were sending me holiday deals for us for August and now we can never do it. Can’t get my head around this at all.

“I was your wee Helga and who am I gonna chase around and annoy now because you were my Arnold. We had a special bond.

“I'm numb and have no more tears left to cry I love you Ryan this shouldn't be happening. I just wanna cuddle you one last time.”

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