WEST STEWARTSTOWN, N.H. (AP) - Two years after an 11-year-old girl vanished from her northern New Hampshire home and was found slain a week later, no arrests have been made, but prosecutors say the case is still active.
Celina Cass was reported missing after she was last seen at the family's computer at about 9 p.m. July 25, 2011.
Her body was recovered a week later from the Connecticut River, at a point a quarter-mile from her home.
Senior Assistant Attorney General Jane Young tells the Caledonian-Record work has continued on the case. She said she is not at liberty to provide the details.
Prosecutors have labeled Celina's death a homicide but have not revealed how she died.
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