As investigation continues, Celina's family mourns

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August 3, 2011, 12:51 pm

(NECN: Lauren Collins and Jack Thurston, West Stewartstown, N.H.) - Eleven-year-old Celina Cass' father spoke out about his fears about the circumstances surrounding his daughter's death; meanwhile, Cass' stepfather's truck was towed away by investigators while her home continues to be roped off.

Authorities could only say that Cass' autopsy was still pending on Tuesday because the medical examiner was waiting on toxicology results.

Cass was found in the Connecticut River almost a week after going missing from her West Stewartstown home.

The Attorney General's office says there is enough evidence to launch a criminal probe into Cass' death.

Tags: investigation, Lauren Collins, Jack Thurston, Celina Cass
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