Celina Cass, 5th grader at Stewartstown School in NH mysteriously vanished from her home early this week. Photo via Facebook.
Celina Cass, an 11 year old 5th grader at Stewartstown Community School, has vanished from her small-town New Hampshire home Monday night, July 25th, where she lives with her mother, step-father and sister. Now the FBI has reportedly joined the search effort and speculation as to a possible abduction are mounting. While search teams continue to search the immediate area of deeply forested woods and waterways, the mystery of her disappearance has an aura that one community member called “creepy” according to the Seattle Post Intelligencer.
So far, little to no clues have surfaced as to her whereabouts. The only solid clue released to the public at this time is where she was last seen and by whom. Family members recall that she was on the computer, around 9 pm last Monday night and hasn’t been seen since. Family and friends say she was happy and wouldn’t have left home on her own. Her close friends describe her as a responsible student and friend.
Celina Cass’ Facebook page remains eerily live at the time of this news report, with her wall set for public viewing. A barrage of posts about her being in love could present further clues as the search for this young girl continues.
On July 20th, Celina posted:
“chillin talking to one of my friends listening to “getting hot in here” thinking if i wanna take a walk or not”
There is also a few comments from one Facebook friend who tells her several times that she’s “hot”. While not all that unusual for kids in the infancy of their flirting with the opposite sex, authorities are making their way down her “friend” list to find out if any Facebook friends have any further information about where Celina Cass might be.
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