Thames Valley Police have formally identified the body they found in the established grave at the All Saints Cemetery as Jayden Parkinson, 17, of Iffley Road in Oxford.
Results of the post-mortem examination are inconclusive with further toxicology reports pending.
Following the discovery of a body in a 'recently disturbed grave' in a Didcot cemetery, locals are paying their respects to Jayden Parkinson. The body was found at All Saints Cemetery andCary Johnson speaks to the vicar Karen Beck.
People are being invited to pay tribute to a teenager whose body was found in a graveyard in Oxfordshire.
They are remembering 17-year-old Jayden Parkinson at All Saints' Church in Didcot later.
Police found her body in a recently disturbed grave there this week.
A post-mortem carried out on the body of what is thought to be missing 17-year-old Jayden Parkinson has not confirmed the exact cause of her death.
Detectives say the Home Office pathologist found the cause of death to be inconclusive.
Formal identification has not yet taken place. But police believe the body is that of the Oxford teenager who was last seen alive on cctv at Didcot Parkway railway station on December 3rd.
A youth project in Didcot that worked with Jayden has released a statement following the news that a body has been found in the police search.
Didcot TRAIN charity met Jayden three years ago through school and street work.
They said: "She was a bright spark and will be missed. I remember only 2 months ago she was in our office and she made a comment about something which really made me laugh, she really was a bright spark. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family at this time."
Reverend Karen from All Saints Church in Didcot speaks exclusively to ITV News Meridian about the body found at the 'disturbed grave' following the police investigation in the search for Jayden.
Sniffer dogs are being used by police to search for evidence after a body was found in the Jayden search.
Searches are being carried out in the park between the church and a house in Great Western Drive.
Flowers have been left outside a cemetery in Didcot following the news that a body has been found in the search for Jayden.
Jayden Parkinson went missing more than two weeks ago and specialist teams have been investigating a specific grave at All Saints Cemetery in Didcot.