Police are investigating the death of a man found slumped in bushes in Chorley town centre.
Floral tributes have been placed near the scene of the grim discovery.
Police said they received a call at 5.25pm on Friday from a member of the public who had spotted a body among bushes in Cambridge Street - in between George Street and Cunliffe Street.
Crime scene investigators sealed off the area, which is quite a busy street, for examination.
One floral tribute read: “My darling son Kris. You’re free now. Love always”.
Another read: “You’re at peace now son. Love you. Dad”.
A neighbour said the dead man was known locally as both Kris Gregson and Kris Kinlock.
He is believed to be 32 years old.
Jack Draper, 74, of Cambridge Street, said: “All I know is his last name is Gregson.”
Mr Draper said he saw the police activity in the area after the body was discovered.
He added: “They had all the area roped off with that tape they use.
“I think it was a fellow that found him, coming back from shopping.
“They found him in between the hedge that runs down to Oxford Street.”
A police spokesman said: an investigation was underway.
He added: “The death is being treated as unexplained, but not suspicious.”