August 4, 2011
By LYNNE TUOHY
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire authorities are shutting down the command station at an elementary school once teeming with investigators searching for a missing 11-year-old girl.
Celina Cass's body was pulled from the Connecticut River on Monday, nearly a week after she disappeared from her Stewartstown home. An autopsy failed to pin down the cause of her death and toxicology tests are pending.
At the height of the search for Celina, more than 100 state and federal investigators were headquartered at the Stewartstown Community School. Cruisers and crime scene vans packed its parking lot.
The investigation into the cause of Celina's death is continuing. On Wednesday, officials searched the girl's home.
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