THE bereaved sister of a teenage boy who was found dead after he went missing has spoken out.

Leah Haswell from Blackwater exclusively told the News how she misses her "best friend everyday" and loved hanging out with him.

She described the heartbreak of her brother's death, explaining how she has "too many memories to share".

She said: "I have so many memories, too many to even begin talking about. 18 years worth of beautiful memories

"He was my absolute best friend, he had the kindest heart and was always my shoulder to cry on. "He supported me with every choice I made, and he honestly was my whole world.

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"There will not be a day that goes by ever again that I won’t miss him. He has taken a piece of my heart with him to heaven."

Cameron Haswell, 18, went missing from Sandhurst Memorial Park on Saturday, August 10 and never returned home.

Family and friends frantically searched for the 18-year-old after his sister posted a plea on social media.

After he was found on Sunday (August 11), Leah set up a Crowdfunding page to raise money for his funeral and donations have come flooding in from friends and family who knew Cameron.

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Leah explained how Cameron was always hanging out with his friends in Sandhurst.

She said: "He went to the skate park with his friends a lot. Sometimes he just enjoyed hanging out at the field." As well as attending Frogmore Community College, the boy from Blackwater was known as a creative person, who loved to draw and loved Anime.

His sister added: "He was amazing at drawing, so good at drawing. He loved Anime, films, drawings, everything about it and loved to show them off."

"He also loved vintage cars as well. He had a massive interest in wolves and loved listening to music by Post Malone."