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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.
The family of missing teenager Jayden Parkinson "remain heartbroken" and "devastated", Thames Valley Police said.
Detective Chief Superintendent Andy Murray said although specially trained officers were assisting Jayden's family, "Nothing can prepare you for the loss of your child".
A post mortem will take place later today on the body discovered in a cemetery in Didcot, Thames Valley Police said.
Detective Chief Superintendent Andy Murray told reporters that although formal identification has yet to take place, the body is believed to be that of missing teenager Jayden Parkinson.
Throughout today there has been a large police presence at the church, with forensic teams unloading equipment from vehicles and carrying it into the cemetery where a meticulous and careful search has been carried out.
The teenager, who had recently moved to Oxford, was last seen leaving Didcot railway station at 4.27pm on the day of her disappearance. Officers had previously appealed for information about a man seen struggling with a suitcase just outside the village of Upton, at about 2am on Monday December 9.
Thames Valley Police have said that a body discovered in a cemetery in Didcot is believed to be that of missing teenager Jayden Parkinson.
Detectives searching for missing teenager Jayden Parkinson have found a body in a grave in a Didcot cemetery, Thames Valley Police said.
Thames Valley Police have said that forensic scientists are still searching for "evidence of Jayden in a cemetery and in a particular grave".
In a video uploaded to YouTube, Detective Chief Superintendent Andy Murray said that it was a "slow and meticulous process" and that scientists would remain there "if necessary, all night".
Police investigating the disappearance of Jayden Parkinson have said there is evidence of a "recent and unauthorised disturbance" at a grave site in All Saints' Church in Didcot, Oxfordshire.
Detective Chief Superintendent Andrew Murray said forensic scientists had begun the "difficult process" of securing evidence at the grave site, in a cemetery close to where Jayden was last seen in Didcot.
He said the family of the person the grave belongs to has been informed.
Detectives are in constant contact with Jayden's family as the examination of the grave, which could take a number of days, progresses.
Police have cordoned off All Saints Church and erected a tent over a number of graves.
Detectives believe one of them is connected to the disappearance of Jayden Parkinson, 17, who police believe has been murdered.