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Jul 24, 2015 11:59 AM

Four years later: Grandfather of Celina Cass says they still have no answers


WEST STEWARTSTOWN - Celina Cass went missing four years ago today.

The 11-year-old girl's body was found a week later in the Connecticut River. Investigators concluded her death was a homicide, but her grandfather says the family has no more answers now than they did that day.

"Rumors here and there and nothing from the police department, and they're not telling us nothing and we don't even know what might have happened up there. They don't communicate with us. I don't know any more today than I did when it happened. We're very disappointed with the whole situation," said her grandfather Wally Laro.

Laro said Celina's father has suffered declining health since he lost his daughter, as he struggles with depression and heart issues. Laro say the whole family just wishes they had some closure.


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