Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport

TWO girls have been found dead in mysterious circumstances at a home, sparking a police probe.

Cops have identified promising teen wrestler Lillian Jones, 18, as one of the fatalities.

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Officers dashed to a home in Fort Smith, Arkansas on October 15 where they made a chilling discovery.

Jones was found at the property that belonged to one of her family members, according to 40/29 News.

It’s not known how the high school senior died as coroners await the results of an autopsy.

Cops have not revealed any additional details regarding the death of the other woman.

Tributes have been paid to Jones, who won two state championships.

Her coach John Petree said she had an “infectious energy”, according to The Fort Smith Times Record.

Petree posted online: “Nothing can prepare you for the sudden loss of one of your school kids/wrestlers.

“Totally and utterly heartbroken. I pray for comfort for her family and her many many friends.”

Jones was part of the Van Buren High School girls’ wrestling team.

Spokeswoman Brittany Ransom said: “The Van Buren School District was saddened to learn of the passing of one of our students over the weekend.”

The school district described Jones as an “accomplished” wrestler.

Jones’ friends have also paid heartbreaking tributes to the teen.

One said: “Just a few weeks ago you hug me and we talked for a few.

“If I knew that would have been the last time I would have hung on a little longer.

“Sweet Lillian Jones you will be missed. RIP sweet girl.”

The U.S. Sun has approached The Fort Smith Police Department for comment