MYSTERY still surrounds the death of an “amazing” young mum found dead in an Ayr flat.

Kirsty Roberston’s lifeless body was found in her home in Fulshaw Place on Sunday, October 20.

Detectives launched a probe into the mum-of-two’s tragic death which police say is still being treated as ‘unexplained’.

Officers were spotted combing Kirsty’s home and street for clues. Police were speaking with neighbours as they tried to piece together what happened.

An initial post-mortem was carried out, but it is understood that further forensic tests will be required as police continue to carry out enquiries.

Devastated pals have told how the young mum “lived for her kids”and have paid tribute to an “amazing bubbly person.”

A fundraising page was set up to pay for the mum’s funeral and to help her two-year-old son and seven-year-old daughter and has already raised more than£2,390.

One pal, who asked not to be named, has known Kirsty for a number of years and has told of her devastation at losing her friend. She told the Advertiser how she felt numb when she heard the news.

She said: “She was an amazing person, bubbly out going, she lived for her kids, she would help anybody, she was amazing with a heart gold.”

Ayr nightclub Madison’s will also hold a special collection night for Kirsty this Saturday which will honour the mum with revellers encouraged to “wear comfy’s”.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “The death is still being treated as unexplained and investigations, including further forensic tests, which are ongoing to establish the circumstances surrounding the death.”