Investigators looking for missing New Hampshire girl Celina Cass found a body in the Connecticut River near her home on Monday.
The state's attorney for Essex County Vincent Illuzzi told the Boston Globe that the body was found between 9 and 10 a.m. near a dam on the river.
Celina Cass has been missing for almost a week. She was last seen on the night of July 25 in her Stewartstown home. Authorities began searching for her last Monday.
The Associated Press said a dive team searched the river on Monday, and when they surfaced investigators blocked off the area and asked reporters to leave.
The 11-year-old girl lived with her mother and stepfather.
Police said there was no sign of a struggle, and no indication she ran away or that someone took her.
When the girl went missing FBI agents sent a team to help the New Hampshire police. A $25,000 reward was being offered for information leading to her location and prosecution for anyone involved in her disappearance.