A HEARTBROKEN family have paid tributes to a tragic teenager described as having 'the biggest heart'.

Cameron Haswell from Blackwater went missing from Sandhurst Skatepark on Saturday night (August 10).

However, on Sunday (August 11) reports on social media from his sister Leah Haswell have said Cameron 'sadly took his own life'.

Leah Haswell has led a tribute to the tragic death of her 'amazing and gorgeous' brother who enjoyed using the skate park with his friends.

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She said: "Heaven has gained the most handsome, selfless angel.

"I wish you knew how many people were out looking for you and how many hearts have shattered today.

"I will love you forever my beautiful boy, thank you for being my first ever friend in life and teaching me what unconditional love is."

The news of the 18-year-old boy's death shocked many friends and family members on Facebook with Lesley, a family friend who said: "So so sad that another young man should end his life."

One said: "Heartbreaking to hear this tragic news.

"Cameron was a lovely young man with a huge heart. Love to you Leah and your family." Laura Tunmore added: "So so tragic, another young life gone. I can't even imagine the pain you and your family are feeling right now. But you are all in my prayers. And I'm sure he knows how much he was loved. rip Cameron."

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A formal inquest, which will confirm a cause of death, has not yet been opened.

It is currently understood that the death is not being treated as suspicious.

Police forces across Thames Valley and Hampshire have been contacted for a comment but still have no information.