POLICE have confirmed there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding James Andrerson's death.

Officers found James’ body in the River Clyde last Wednesday and a post-mortem examination has since revealed there was no foul play in the lead up to his death.

A police spokesman told the Gazette: “At around 10.25am on Wednesday, October 24, the body of a 20-year-old man was recovered from the River Clyde, close to Glasgow Green. 

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“Following a post-mortem, the death is not being treated as suspicious.

“Relatives are aware and a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.”

The family said officers had been able to identify James quickly due to the Facebook post Joe had posted asking people for help in finding him.

The post said: “He [James] went on a work’s night out on Tuesday night to Glasgow and hasn’t been seen since.

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“We have had no contact from James which isn’t like him. We are extremely worried. 

“If anyone can help, please contact myself or Sharon.”

Loved ones will gather at Johnstone Town Hall on Wednesday for James' funeral service. The event will start at 1.30pm. 

Mourners are then invited to attend the burial at the Broomward Cemetery at around 2.15pm.