UPDATE: Sawyer Sweeten’s sisters have now spoken out about the loss of their brother.
Big sister Madylin told People, "He was a strong and selfless friend. When confiding in one another, Sawyer always had the kindest words of encouragement. He will live on in my head and those shared moments forever.”
Younger sister Maysa said, "Although my memories of my brother hurt now, they are some of the best I've ever had and deserve to live on in my mind and in the minds of my family forever. There isn't a single day I won't miss him,” adding a special message for Sawyer, "Until we meet again, big bro, I love you!"
Relatives of "Everybody Loves Raymond's" Sawyer Sweeten are speaking out about their concern for his surviving twin, Sullivan, saying the two had been inseparable their whole lives.
A cousin of the boys, Jacklyn Stines, told the Daily Mail:
"I worry for Sullivan now, I just don’t know how he’s going to take it, they have never been apart. I hope they keep an eye on him, I’m very worried about it."
Meanwhile, the investigation into Sawyer's suicide continues. The Travis County Sheriff's Office today told ExtraTV.com:
"He died in Bee Cave, a community near Austin. The Travis County Sheriff's Office is investigating his death. Investigators say the death does not appear to be suspicious in any way, and they are conducting a routine investigation. The cause of death is undetermined, pending toxicology results, which aren't expected for six to eight weeks. The Sheriff's office is not releasing further details due to the ongoing investigation."