#babysister | #nanny | ‘Can’t believe this has happened to you’ Tributes pour in for tragic Coatbridge mum with ‘heart of gold’ after ‘suspicious’ death

Tributes are pouring in for a mum who’s body was discovered in Coatbridge.

Police found Catherine Ann Campbell dead at a property in Renfrew Place yesterday after an alleged disturbance broke out.

Cops have arrested a 28-year-old woman who has been charged in connection with the ‘suspicious death’.

Now friends and family are paying tribute to the 39-year-old with a ‘heart of gold’.

One said: “RIP Catherine Anne, thoughts and prayers are with your kids & family.

“A beautiful soul took to soon.”

A second person said: “I’ve been friends with Catherine Anne since I was 15, didn’t see her much in recent years as our lives had taken two totally separate paths but she was harmless and had a heart of gold.

“The absolute screwball who done this took a complete Liberty and it’s horrible.”

A third person said: “Rip Catherine Anne Campbell.

“Can’t believe this has happened to you.”

A forth person said: “My thoughts and prayers go out to her two children.”

Another added: “Heart breaks for all affected. Those kids though.”

The alarm was raised at around 5.25am as police raced to the scene after reports of a disturbance.

The suspect who was arrested in connection is due to appear at Airdrie Sheriff Court on Monday, 27 July, 2020.

Detective Inspector Pauline Thomson, of the Major Investigation Team, said: “Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of Catherine Ann at this difficult time. 

“Enquiries continue into the exact circumstances surrounding the death which is currently being treated as suspicious. 

“We have an increased police presence in the area and we would like to reassure the public that there is no threat to the wider community. 

“Anyone with any information that could assist with our investigation is urged to contact officers.

“Police Scotland can be contacted by calling 101 and quoting incident number incident 0942 of 25 July, or report this anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”




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