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8 February 2015, 05:25
The family of a Glasgow father who died following an incident at his home have spoken of their devastation.
Garry Watson, 27, was found dead inside his flat in Kennishead Avenue on Thursday afternoon.
Police subsequently launched a murder inquiry and believe he died at some point between the early hours of Wednesday and the point when his body was discovered.
Mr Watson's relatives said they will miss him very much.
In a statement released through police, his family said: "Garry was a loving father to Liam, a loving son of Gary and Angela, and a devoted brother to Jennifer, Natalie and Gemma.
"We are devastated by his death; he will be very much missed.''
Police have issued an appeal for information as their investigation continues.
Detective Inspector Davie Moran said: ''I would urge anyone who has been in the surrounding area over the past few days to cast their mind back and think about whether they saw anyone acting suspiciously.
''No matter how insignificant you think your information might be - if you saw anything we want to hear from you.
''It is also possible that the person we are looking for has confided in someone. If you know who is responsible or if someone you know is acting suspiciously and you suspect they may be responsible, then please get in touch as it is only a matter of time before they are caught.''