Tributes have been paid to a four-year-old boy who was found dead at a flat in Paisley.
The body of Kayden Frank was found at an address in the Argyle Street area at around 8pm on Monday.
On Thursday, police confirmed Kayden’s death was being treated as murder.
The body of a 38-year-old man was also discovered alongside Kayden’s. His death is not being treated as suspicious.
The nursery Kayden attended has paid tribute to him, remembering his “amazing sense of humour” and “big heart”.
“We are all devastated at the news of Kayden’s death,” said Pamela McLachlan, head of Douglas Street Early Learning and Childcare Centre.
“He was a lovely boy endowed with an amazing sense of humour, always smiling, singing and dancing.
“He was the best at giving cuddles, with a big loving heart. He also loved jumping in puddles at our forest kindergarten and baking scones.
“Kayden will be sadly missed by his friends and all our staff. Our thoughts go to all his family and friends.”
Enquiries into the incident are currently ongoing.
Detective chief inspector Christopher Thomson, of the Major Investigation Team, said: “Our thoughts are with Kayden’s family and friends, along with everyone affected by this tragedy.
“We are providing his family with specialist support at this incredibly difficult time and officers are continuing enquiries to try and get some answers for them.
“Kayden’s family have requested that their privacy is respected at this time.”