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UK News Cops probe death of schoolgirl, 15, after body found in Edinburgh park

11:30  23 october  2019
11:30  23 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Cops have launched an unexplained death probe after the tragic discovery. A SCHOOLGIRL whose body was found on an Edinburgh beauty spot has been pictured for the first time today. Police are investigating after the body of a 15 -year-old girl was found in a popular city park .

A woman was found dead in King George V park . It is understood the teen is a pupil at George Watson's College Eyewitnesses saw two entrances to the park - at Scotland Street and Eyre Place - taped off as cops probed the death . And it's understood that the body was that of a 15 -year-old girl .

a car parked on the side of a road: The woman's body was found inside King George V Park at around 7.40am on Tuesday morning © Google The woman's body was found inside King George V Park at around 7.40am on Tuesday morning

Police are investigating after the body of a 15-year-old girl was found in a popular city park.

The grim discovery was made early yesterday  morning by a shocked member of the public.

Officers cordoned off George V Park on the edge of Edinburgh’s New Town after being called to the scene.

Paramedics also attended but it was too late to save the girl who is believed to be from Fife.

Police said inquiries into the circumstances of the teenager’s death are ongoing and the park, popular with dog walkers and children, remained closed most of the day.

Yesterday a police spokesman said: “About 7.40am on Tuesday 22 October 2019 the body of a female was found in the King George V Park, Eyre Place, Edinburgh.

“Enquiries into the circumstances surrounding the death are ongoing and the death is being treated at unexplained at this stage. A report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.”

Police Scotland have been contacted for an updated statement.

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