A 17-year-old boy has been found dead in an area of woodland in Hampshire.
The body of Aaron Kirk, from Havant, was discovered at Havant Thicket, a Forestry Commission site, by a member of the public. His death is not being treated as suspicious.
A statement released by the teenager's family said that he was a keen golfer who was "adored and loved by everyone"
It said: "Aaron was a loving and kind person. He would have done anything for anybody and always had time for others. Aaron had a passion for golf and was a serving junior captain for Rowlands golf club. He was adored and loved by everyone."
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