A Dundee dad has been found dead at the age of 22.
Robbie Low was reported missing from his Linlathen home on Sunday.
Police launched a major search for Robbie, but the “well-loved” dad-of-one was tragically found dead in the Maryfield area of the city.
His family have paid tribute to the “fun-loving” dad, who apparently took his own life.
His mum Trisha, 48, said the whole family including his dad Billy, brother Billy and sister Sam were struggling to come to terms with their loss.
Tributes also poured in for Robbie on social media sites, including from his former ice hockey team-mates.
Robbie had played for the Dundee Tigers, Dundee Stars Juniors, Comets and Ducks.
Trisha said: “Everything was going great for him.
“He was going back to ice hockey or roller hockey.
“He was happy, really quite good. When we left him on Saturday he was going out for a drink.
“Robbie was fun-loving, loud. He was the heart and soul of the party, always playing pranks.
“I never thought he would do anything like this. Not in a million years.”
His mum said Robbie, who worked as a slater and roof caster labourer, loved being a dad to his two-year-old son Jack.
She said a number of people have come forward to pay tribute to the 22-year-old.
Trisha added: “Facebook is full of messages.
“He was a very well-loved guy. He loved Jack.
“He was working with his dad for Dundee City Council as a slater, roof caster labourer. He did enjoy it.
“He always had a good laugh and liked to wind people up at work. He will be terribly missed by everyone.
“We reported him missing Sunday teatime. He knew everyone and nobody had seen him. I phoned the police then we were told he’d been found near the DISC.”
Robbie was a former pupil at St Vincent’s Primary School, before going on to St Saviour’s High School in Dundee.
After leaving school, he worked at Dundee City Council with his dad.
Police had earlier issued an appeal to find Mr Low after he went missing from his home in Pitkerro Drive.
Concerns were raised after his family and friends had not heard from him since Sunday afternoon.
Police Scotland Tayside Division issued a description and appealed to the public for information in a bid to trace him.
Anyone who is dealing with suicidal thoughts or feelings should contact the Samaritans on 087457 909090.