THE wife of a 23-year-old man who died at a North Yorkshire caravan park says she has been left “heartbroken” by the tragedy.
Sean Boy Finney was found unconscious at The Ranch Caravan Park in Cliffe Common, Selby, on Sunday morning and died despite efforts to revive him.
North Yorkshire Police, who are treating the death as unexplained, say it is possible he was assaulted at the caravan site the previous evening.
In a statement issued yesterday, Mr Finney’s wife Alexandra said: “My husband, my best friend, my life, my everything, my Sean Boy Finney has left this earth to go to heaven.
“He had a heart of gold, was kind, loving and caring.
“As heartbroken as I am, he’s given me strength through God. God has told me he is in peace and God will look after him until I arrive.
“His heart and head are in peace. He promised he’d never leave me and he hasn’t. My love for Sean will never die and his love for me will never die. True and unconditional love. I love you for eternity my Sean.”
Police say the investigation into the circumstances around Mr Finney’s death continues.
Officers said on Monday that they have already interviewed three local men aged 27, 30 and 49, in connection with the death.
But they appealed for anyone who was in the Cliffe Caravan Park, prior to Mr Finney being found to help establish the events which led up to the discovery of the his body.
Anyone who can assist the enquiry should contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1 and pass the information to the Force Control Room.
Alternatively, call charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111, quoting reference number 12130207722.