TRIBUTES continue to mount in Culcheth as a mark of respect for Brianna Ghey.

Brianna was murdered on Saturday, February 11, and her body was discovered at approximately 3.13pm.

She was just 16 years old when she was killed in Culcheth Linear Park.

Warrington Guardian: Dozens of tributes line the walkway into Culcheth Linear ParkDozens of tributes line the walkway into Culcheth Linear Park (Image: Newsquest)

Since she was cruelly murdered, two 15-year-olds have been arrested and charged in relation to her murder - one of the teenagers charged is from Leigh, and one is from Warrington.

Culcheth Linear Park remains under police scrutiny, with the entrances to the park being cordoned off by Cheshire Constabulary five days after Brianna's death.

A number of flowers have been left at the entrance to Culcheth Linear Park and the numbers continue to grow.

Dozens of bouquets have been placed to honour Brianna; many from friends, but most from members of the community who will have never met the teenager when she was alive.

Warrington Guardian: Lots of messages of condolence have been left at the sceneLots of messages of condolence have been left at the scene (Image: Newsquest)

One message reads: "Thinking of all family and friends.

"Brianna, you deserved so much better.

"Rest in power, beautiful."

Another tribute was left by local district nurses, which said: "Rest in power, Brianna."

One of the bouquets laid reads: "Sweet angel, you did not deserve this.

"Rest in power."

Warrington Guardian: The park remains cordoned off by policeThe park remains cordoned off by police (Image: Newsquest)

Two vigils have been organised to mark Brianna's death this weekend.

One will be held on Culcheth Village Green on Friday, February 17, at 6.30pm - the other will be in the centre of Warrington, in the old marketplace, on Saturday, February 18, from 4.30pm.

Police are urging members of the public to not speculate about the circumstances of Brianna's death as this could prejudice any future trials.