It reads: ‘All of the money will be given to Dylan’s family to help cover costs for his passing and anything else they might need. All donations are gratefully received.’
Signing her name, one woman wrote: ‘Will so miss that cheeky smile Dyl. You were one in a million and our hearts are breaking.’
Another wrote: ‘I do hope you get to the bottom of this terrible tragedy. Lots of love to friends and family suffering this huge loss.’
His parents, who also have two daughters, were described as devastated and appealing for privacy.
Detective Inspector Dafydd Jones said: ‘This is a tragic incident and our thoughts are with the young man’s family at this incredibly difficult and upsetting time.’
Officers have today been in Brampton Road to talk to anyone that might have information relating to Sunday’s incident.
Police are urging people who may have seen Dylan walking along Brampton Road or any vehicles or people in the area acting suspiciously to get in touch.
Officers would also like residents and businesses with CCTV or doorbell cameras, or motorists with dash-cam footage of the area at around that time to contact police.
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