Those who want answers in the tragic death of Celina Cass cannot lose hope.
An autopsy on Tuesday on the body of the 11-year old girl did not produce results, but since tests can take up to six weeks, there is no reason to think the cause of death will never be known.
"We are doing everything we can to have more definitive answers,'' senior assistant attorney general Jane Young said Tuesday night at a press conference.
Young told the New Hampshire Union Leader that authorities are trying to hurry the process as much as possible.
Celina's death has deeply affected the town of 900. While they wait for answers, residents are finding ways to honor Celina and comfort themselves. They will celebrate the 35th annual Stewartstown Day, a town resident told The Boston Herald, saying that the gathering would be a "first step toward healing." A candlelight vigil was recently held in the driveway of Celina's home.
Celina was last seen on July 25 by her parents. Her body was found on Monday but not immediately identified.