Tributes paid to Leeds Beckett student who died in Hyde Park on Friday morning

Harry Loker’s body was found with a number of ‘unexplained injuries’

21-year-old Harry Loker, a student at Leeds Beckett, died on Friday 15th September returning home from a night out with friends.

Harry was found collapsed outside an address on Royal Park Avenue on Friday morning, where he was later pronounced dead with a number of 'unexplained injuries'.

Harry's family have relased a statement, paying tribute to him. They said: "Harry was a devoted son, brother and perfect grandson and we could not have asked for more."

"We as a family were extremely proud of Harry and all his achievements and he will be sorely missed. This terrible, terrible incident has broken us as a family and leaves pain in our hearts."

His cousin has also paid tribute to him on Facebook this morning, describing Harry as someone "who brought so much laughter and so many smiles to many people".

Received the worst news last night. My cousin, Harry Loker has sadly passed away. To loose someone at 21 years of age…

Posted by Beth Loker on Sunday, September 17, 2017

All of our thoughts are with the Loker family, Harry's friends and all those who knew him at this very sad time.