Sense of loss plunges city into despair

TEARS and tributes continue to flood the city asthe classmates and friends of a slain16-year-oldhonour a “compassionate,kind” boy.

It comes after theKooringal High School student was allegedly murdered on Tuesday night by a relative’s scorned boyfriend.

Homicide Squad investigatorshavecontinued scouring the area for evidence as theybroaden theirsearchbetweenKooringal, Fife Gardenand Big Springs.

In an emotionally fuelled statement on social media, classmateMaddi Salmon described the 16-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, as one of the “smartest, kindest” boys she ever met.

“Still finding it hard to believe that this happened, especially to a kind-hearted, caring, intelligent person,” she said.

“Our year will be forever grateful for being able to share our high school years with you.

“Fly high buddy.”

Maryanne Driscoll, who also got to know the 16-year-old, was saddened to hear of the horrific incident.

“I know some year 11 boys who got together as a group yesterday in support of each other andwill continue to do so for a long time,” she said.

“I feel for his family andhis friends.”

The year11 student, who previously played cricket for Lake Albert and was a member of the school SRC, was a “popular boy, with plenty of friends”.

“RIP little man –to all your friends, find strength within each other,”Julie Sibraa said.

Bryce Cliff,accused of the murder, will next front Wagga Local Court onAugust 3 on three charges.

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