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Death of New Hampshire Girl Still a Mystery

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An autopsy was done on Celina Cass’ body, the 11-year old New Hampshire girl who went missing a week ago, concluding nothing. She was last seen playing on her computer at her home, back on July 25, about 9pm.  Her body was recovered from the Connecticut River this past Monday by Fish and Game Department divers.

There was no sign of a struggle and no indication she ran away or someone kidnapped her.  Though investigators have deemed her death suspicious based on what divers found.  Cass’ body was located near a hydroelectric dam that stretches across the river between Stewartstown, N.H. and Canaan, V.T.  The will investigation continue to find out more information of her death.  A crime scene technician plans to conduct a computer-aided diagramming which will provide a precise electronic image of the area.

“More than 100 federal, state and local law enforcement officers descended last week upton the Stewartstown area, searching a mile-wide area around her home, including woods and ponds (Lynne Tuohy, Times Union).”  The FBI even offered a reward of $25,000 for any information leading to her and to the arrest and prosecution of the person repsonsible for her disappearance.

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