South West Wales

Inquest into sudden death of James Lock in Swansea

Bunches of flowers round a tree
Image caption Pupils have been leaving tributes in the woods where James's body was found

An inquest into the sudden death of a 15-year-old boy in Swansea will be opened on Tuesday.

James Lock's body was discovered in woods near Olchfa Comprehensive School in Sketty on Thursday.

South Wales Police are investigating and are treating the pupil's death as unexplained.

A 17-year-old girl who was arrested on suspicion of making a "grossly offensive" comment on Facebook following his death has been bailed.

The girl from south Wales was questioned on Saturday and police said they were not looking for anybody else in connection with the Facebook allegation.

Officers were called to a wooded area near Swansea University's Hendrefoilan student village at 09:30 BST on Thursday.

Olchfa school closed early on Friday as a mark of respect to James, who was from Dunvant.

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