Family and friends have paid tribute to a tragic Inverness teenager who died just days after returning from T in the Park.
Paige Mackay, 19, passed away in Inverness on Wednesday morning, sending shockwaves through the local community.
Moving tributes on social media described the former Inverness High School and Balnacraig pupil as “full of life and bubbly” and “one in a million”.
Sister Ashley, 27, wrote: “Words can not describe my pain. Paige Mackay, I love and miss you so much.
“I still can not get my head around this not you my wee Paigee girl.
“I’m absolutely devastated u were some girl, one in a milion, can’t believe I’m never going to see your beautiful face or hear your voice again.
“Paige I’ve never felt pain like this before im heartbroken. Love you forever and always rip my wee paigee baby.”
Paige’s youngest sibling Olivia Mackay, 13, wrote: “Still can’t believe my big sister is gone.
“I will never admit to myself you’re gone it doesn’t feel real.
“I hope your watching over me and sleeping next to me. You don’t understand how much you were loved, wish I could turn back time.
“I love you so so much princess and I’d do anything to have you back.”
Caitlin Macrae added: “The memories we shared were always full of fun when we were kids.
“You were always full of life and bubbly, very down to earth. Rest in peace Paige Mackay.”
Friend Molly Shewan wrote: “Can’t believe I’m actually writing this.
“Rest in peace Paige Mackay another one of my friends life taken far too soon.
“Was only the other day I was in your company when you came back from TITP delighted with yourself that you have went. Shine bright.”
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “At around 11am yesterday July 13, police were alerted to the sudden death of a 19-year-old woman at an address in the Duncraig Street area of Inverness.
“The death is not being treated as suspicious”
A report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.