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Touching tributes left in Bure Park for Tony Green

PUBLISHED: 15:45 17 September 2018 | UPDATED: 15:45 17 September 2018

Flowers and tributes were left by the river in Bure Park. Picture: Abigail Nicholson

Flowers and tributes were left by the river in Bure Park. Picture: Abigail Nicholson

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Flowers and emotional tributes have been left by the river in Bure Park by family and friends of Tony Green.

A touching tribute left by Tony Green's sister Christine Hunn and her partner Gareth. Picture: Joseph NortonA touching tribute left by Tony Green's sister Christine Hunn and her partner Gareth. Picture: Joseph Norton

Mr Green’s body was found in the River Yare on Saturday afternoon.

The 25-year-old had been missing since the night of Saturday, September 8 and had last been seen in Bar X on Northgate Street.

In a touching tribute left by his sister, Christine Hunn and her partner Gareth, wrote: “Tony, you may no longer be with us but you’ll always be in my heart and I will think about you everyday. I hope you realised and knew how much I loved you.

“I am heartbroken to think I will no longer see you but you are now at peace and we will meet you again one day. Love your big sis, Christine and Gareth xxxxx”

Mr Green’s family had asked for tributes to be left next to the river in Bure Park. Picture: Joseph NortonMr Green’s family had asked for tributes to be left next to the river in Bure Park. Picture: Joseph Norton

Bar X has said it will set up a fundraising page to help Mr Green’s family pay for his funeral.

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