Autopsy due for missing New Hampshire girl’s body


UPDATE: An autopsy on the body of Celina Cass was scheduled to be performed on Tuesday. Officials investigating the case say there is no evidence that she ran away or was taken away, nor was there evidence of a struggle. Cass was last seen alive around 9 p.m. in a room in her home at the computer.

NEW HAMPSHIRE – Exactly one week after Celina Cass was reported missing from her home in West Stewartstown, the 11-year-old’s body was been found Monday in the Connecticut River, according to New Hampshire Senior Assistant Attorney General Jane Young. “We have brought Celina home, not the way we wanted to bring her home,” Young said Monday night. “Based on what we have seen visually, we are treating it as suspicious.” Her body was found around 10:30 a.m. on Monday. Divers from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department located her body near a hydroelectric plant outside West Stewartstown, New Hampshire.

Cass’ father, Adam Laro, inconsolable upon hearing the news, regretfully exclaimed, “I … can’t believe what’s gone on. I have no fingers to point… I hope there will be some answers, that’s what I’m asking.” No one has been arrested in what is now a criminal investigation.


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