Heartfelt tributes have been paid to a teenager, named locally as Owain Campbell, who died after falling from the 10th floor of a Feltham building.
Metropolitan Police was called to Hawthorn Road on Thursday (May 4) to reports a male had fallen from Hunter House.
Officers, who were called at 3.35pm, said the teenager was pronounced dead at the scene.
The boy was named locally on Friday (May 5) as Owain Campbell, a Year 11 pupil at Springwest Academy.
Police said they believe the teenager was aged 16, however Owain has been described locally as being 15-years-old.
Chantelle Cavanagh, who said her brother, Joshua, was friends with Owain, was one of numerous people to place flowers outside of Hunter House.
The 22-year-old, who said Owain regularly visited her home in Peach Road, said: "I knew him through my brother, he used to come round mine all the time.
"He was a nice, polite little boy, he was no trouble.
"You would never even hear of him doing anything wrong on the estate.
"He was polite, he would say hello every time he was here.
"My brother really knew him, he was distraught.
"I had not seen him for a couple of weeks, I just saw him walking around going shopping.
"He was smiling, and said hello."
School ties were placed alongside flowers outside Hunter House, with messages written on small card notes attached to a gate paying tribute to Owain.
One message reads: "Owain, sleep well young man, always in our prayers.
Another, appearing to be addressed to the family of the boy, said: "Thinking of you all at this sad time.
"A beautiful boy gone too soon. RIP."
On social media, more tributes were paid to the boy who appeared to take an interest in Chelsea FC on his Facebook profile.
Khia Louux said on Facebook: "We'll miss you loads, we are truly heart broken.
"Much love to his family."
Police said the death is being treated as unexplained, but not believed to be suspicious at this stage.
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