A woman found dead in a house in Irvine was known locally as Samira Moran.
The 36-year-old was discovered on Thursday at around 4.40 a.m. on Gottries Road in the city’s harbor district.
Her tragic death is treated as “unresolved” by the police who were called to the scene.
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Relative Scott Lang wrote: “Rest in peace to my cousin Samira Moran, who was taken far too early, only 36. You are now up there with your mother, your dad and other family members.
“It’s not goodbye, but I’ll see you soon.”
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Another friend wrote: “So tragic. She was always so nice and polite. So gutted. RIP Samira, another one who was taken so young. “
A third added: “RIP Samira, another young lady who won her angel wings. You are now at peace and with your mother and your papa they will look after you up there.
“You will always be on my mind, GBNF huni.”
A broken hearted friend wrote, “RIP Samira Moran. You were such a pretty girl and far too young to be taken away from all of us. I think of you and your family at this sad time. “
Scottish Police confirmed they had been called to reports of a sudden death on property in Irvine in the early hours of Thursday morning.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “We were made aware of the sudden death of a 36-year-old woman on property on Gottries Road in Irvine at around 4:40 am on Thursday, October 22nd.
“The death is treated as unsolved, although there are no obvious suspicious circumstances.
“A report will be presented to the prosecutor in due course.”