New Hampshire prosecutors are announcing a reward for information connecting to the suspicious death of an 11-year-old girl.
The Attorney General’s Office has scheduled a press conference for 10 o’clock this morning to issue a plea for information on the death of Celina Cass of Stewartstown.
She was last seen alive at her house July 25. Her body was recovered from the Connecticut River about a quarter-mile from her home a week later.
An autopsy failed to pinpoint the cause and manner of her death. Investigators are awaiting the results of toxicology tests.
It’s unclear whether the money will replace or supplement a $25,000 reward offered by the FBI before the girl’s body was found.