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Standing outside court near Kayleigh's parents, Stephanie Haywood and Martin Whitby, and other members of her family, Ms Meynell said: "Throughout the initial investigation and in the weeks and months since, Kayleigh's family have shown immense dignity."I can't begin to imagine what the past nine months have been like for them but I hope that now the judicial process is drawing to a close they can begin to gain strength and take comfort from the fact Beadman and Harlow will be behind bars and not be able to cause harm to another family."Detective Chief Superintendent David Sandall, head of crime at Leicestershire Police, said: "Kayleigh's story demonstrates, in the most harrowing fashion, the ultimate potential consequences of children talking to strangers on the internet and the very real threat of online grooming." I can only hope that we all, as parents, take note of what happened to Kayleigh.
We need to understand that there are people within our communities who are using social and digital media to beguile, to lure, and to entrap children. But sadly they do exist."Paul Burnett, independent chairman of the Leicestershire and Rutland Local Safeguarding Children Board, said: "It's tragic that a young person with their whole life ahead of them is no longer with us and, first and foremost, my thoughts remain with Kayleigh's family.
Leicestershire Police launched a murder inquiry after detectives found her mobile phone and other items.
Kayleigh was last seen by her parents at 6pm on Friday evening when her father dropped her off at Ibstock Community College.
Her body was found in the undergrowth by a lake by police on Wednesday night - five days after she disappeared.
His neighbour Luke Harlow, 28, admitted sexual activity with Kayleigh after sending her a Facebook friend request, grooming her online and inviting her to his home.
He also admitted attempting to meet two other young girls between March 2013 and July last year.