Searchers have found the body of Celina Cass, the 11-year-old New Hampshire girl who went missing last week, according to reports.
Police have classified the girl’s death as “suspicious.”
“Based on what we have seen visually, we are treating it as suspicious,” said New Hampshire Senior Assistant Attorney General Jane Young.
Cass’s body was found by New Hampshire Fish and Game divers at about 10:30 a.m. Monday in a section of the Connecticut River, just a quarter mile from her home in West Stewartson, N.H.
An autopsy is scheduled for Tuesday.
Cass was last seen Monday night in her home, at her computer.
A mass of law enforcement agents looked for her, including police from New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont, FBI agents, and US Border Patrol officials.