Autopsy results were inconclusive Tuesday as authorities race to determine how 11-year-old Celina Cass was killed.

The Stewartstown, N.H. girl’s body was found in the Connecticut River near her home on Monday. She had been missing for a week.

Senior Assistant Attorney General Jane Young said Tuesday afternoon that an autopsy was conducted, but it did not determine a cause of death. She said “further study” is required.

Stewartstown is a town of 800 residents near the Canadian border. The girl’s death has shocked the town and the region.

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