FRIENDS and relatives took to social media to pay tribute to a schoolgirl who died suddenly at the weekend.

Mourners continue to call at the family house and neighbours of 14-year-old Saima Kaduuji in Morrison Street, Great Lever, following her death on Sunday.

The teenager, a pupil at Bolton Muslim Girls School in Swan Lane, Great Lever, was discovered by police officers who forced her bedroom door at around noon.

Paramedics took Saima to Royal Bolton Hospital but she later passed away the same day.

Community in shock over death of 14-year-old Saima Kaduji 

Mohammad Shakir Misbahi, of Leicester, East Midlands, tweeted: "One of my cousins has passed away in Bolton at the age of 14.

"Please make Dua (prayer) for her and the family."

Saima's immediate family were too upset to pay tribute but several people from in and around Bolton posted messages of condolence on Twitter.

Zara Amirat said: "What happened to Saima is extremely shocking and tragic."

GMP said Saima's death is not being treated as suspicious.

Bolton Council of Mosques said it would announce details of the 14-year-old's funeral very soon.