Tributes have been paid to a teenager who died following an all-day rave event in Glasgow.
Marcus Dick has been named locally as one of two 18-year-olds that died following the event at SWG3 on Saturday.
One of the teens died at University Hospital Monklands after falling unwell in the Constarry Road area of Croy, at around 11.20pm on Saturday.
Another died at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital after falling unwell at around 2.20am on Sunday at Eastvale Place, Glasgow.
Police have confirmed that both men attended the same event, DJ Ben Hemsley at SWG3’s Galvanisers Yard, but were “unknown” to each other and the deaths are not linked.
Officers are continuing to follow a line of enquiry that the deaths are drug related, and have appealed for anyone with any information to get in touch.
Following his death, the head teacher of Coatbridge High School where Marcus attended for five years, paid tribute to the “popular young man”.
Christine Creaney, head teacher of Coatbridge High School, said: “On behalf of the whole school community, I would like to convey my deepest condolences to Marcus’s family at this very sad time.
“He was a popular young man with a large friendship group and showed himself to be a kind, thoughtful and valued member of our school community.
“We are devastated by this news and our thoughts are with his friends and family. We will offer support to our pupils at this difficult time.”