An emotional memorial service was held for tragic Lanarkshire teenager Amber Gibson on Friday, when friends gathered to release balloons into the sky.
Loved ones of the 16-year-old met at Chatelherault Country Park wearing her favourite colours of red and yellow to pay tribute to her.
The poignant service saw balloons of the same colour released into the air at 1.30pm to mark two weeks since the day Amber went missing.
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Some helium balloons shaped of Amber’s initials were brought along on the day as the ceremony took place at the top of the hill at the Lanarkshire park.
Pals old and new were invited along as the community continues to mourn the loss of the Hamilton teenager.
She was reported missing from her home in Hillhouse on Friday, November 26 and was last seen on Cadzow Street in the town that evening.
Her body was discovered near to Cadzow Glen on Sunday morning, November 28, as police launched a major investigation into her death.
Amber’s brother, Connor Gibson, has since appeared in court charged in connection with her death.
The 19-year-old made a second appearance at Hamilton Sheriff Court via video link from HMP Polmont on Friday, December 10.
He faced charges in connection with sexual assault and murder, as well as attempting to prevent the course of justice.
Gibson, of Hamilton, made no plea during his brief appearance.
He was fully committed for trial and remanded in custody by Sheriff Moira MacKenzie.
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