The family of a teenager, who was found dead in Salford, have paid tribute to him.
Travis Barber, 19, was found dead at his home on Light Oaks Road in Salford on Sunday 17 February 2013.
“Travis was a beautiful boy in every way. He was kind and considerate and loved his personal training and keeping fit.
“Travis loved music and playing the guitar and he was a wonderful son who was very much loved by his family, who are all devastated by his death.”
Police are no longer treating the death of Travis Barber as suspicious.
A post-mortem examination concluded that whilst the exact cause of death is unascertained, the injuries were consistent with accidental trauma.
Further toxicology tests will be carried out to establish the exact cause of death.
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