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The body of 13-year-old Amber Peat was discovered in Mansfield after she walked out of the family home afternoon following a row with her parents.
The inquest into her death will take place today at Nottingham Coroner's Court, in Old Market Square, Nottingham.
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.@harryneeds and I are over the moon as we welcomed our beautiful baby girl this morning. She's doing well and we're so in love!!!
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A candlelit walk will be held this evening to raise money for the funeral of a teenage girl who was found hanged in Mansfield.
The body of Amber Peat was discovered by police last week less than a mile from her home, just three days after she went missing.
Walkers are being asked to donate £1 towards the funeral and bring along a candle.
Police confirmed today that the body discovered last night in Mansfield was the missing 13-year-old, who loved reading, singing and dancing.
She walked out of the family home in Mansfield on Saturday afternoon after a row with her parents.
Nottinghamshire Police have released a statement this evening saying they are investigating what they refer to as an 'offensive Facebook post' seen by many people following their efforts to find 13-year-old Amber Peat from Mansfield.
We would like to let the public know are robustly investigating and will work hard to bring to justice anyone who publishes such appalling posts to social media.
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the tens of thousands of people who shared our Facebook posts in an effort to help us find Amber.
After police confirmed Amber's identity and cause of death this evening, Supt Matthew McFarlane shared her family's tribute to her.
We'll always remember Amber for her love of singing and dancing, she was never happier than when reading to her younger sisters and being surrounded by her family. We'll treasure the memories of our last family holiday together with our beautiful daughter and we will miss her always.