The funeral details of tragic teenager Kathleen Harkin have been revealed.
The 15-year-old was found in the River Tay near St Madoes on October 10 following two days of searching.
She will be laid to rest in a mass at St John’s Roman Catholic Church in Perth on October 20.
Her family is collecting donations for the RNLI, which was involved in the search for the Perth Grammar School pupil.
Tributes have continued to pour in to a dedicated Facebook page, with friends of Kathleen speaking of their memories of her.
Fans at St Johnstone also paid tribute to the teenager during their clash with Kilmarnock on Saturday at McDiarmid Park.
Saints supporters held aloft a banner saying “RIP Kathleen” and took part in a minute’s applause at the 15th minute of match.
In a post online her family thanked the fans, saying: “Our thanks to the St Johnstone fans who paid tribute to Kathleen at today’s football game.
“The support from the people of Perth has been incredible. So many are wanting to help, send best wishes and show support.
“Kathleen had been to McDiarmid Park before to watch them play against Celtic and it was a place she enjoyed and had a fond memory of. Thank you.”
Kathleen was on a night out with friends on October 8 when she was last seen near Woody Island, in North Muirton, at 9.30pm.
Her disappearance sparked a massive search effort, involving police, the fire service, Tayside Mountain Rescue, search dogs and a helicopter.
However family and friends received the news they dreaded when she was found near St Madoes, eight miles down stream, on the afternoon of October 10. There are no suspicious circumstances.
Her devastated family paid tribute to her by posting poignant childhood photos of Kathleen online.
Images included Kathleen as a young girl serving as a flower girl at a wedding, digging into an ice cream sundae and tenderly cradling young babies.
Another photo showed her as a toddler with her sister Rosanna.