Liam Aitchison: The body of the 16-year-old was found in a derelict building.
The funeral of a teenager allegedly murdered on the Isle of Lewis has taken place after being delayed by bad weather.
The service for Liam Aitchison had to be postponed for two days earlier in the week because of storms.
Parish priest Father Donald Mackay held the funeral at St Peter’s Church in Daliburgh, South Uist, on Friday.
It had been due to take place on Wednesday, but the arrival of Liam’s body from Inverness was delayed by the cancellation of ferry sailings to the island.
The body of the 16-year-old was discovered in a derelict building in the Steinish area of Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis on November 29. The teenager had been missing for a week.
On Thursday, two men appeared in court in Inverness charged with Liam’s murder.
Jonathan Mackinnon, 21, of Stornoway, and Stefan Millar, 20, of Carloway, both appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court.
Millar was initially remanded in custody when he first appeared earlier this month but was released on bail on Thursday.
Both men made no plea nor declaration and the case was continued.