For Immediate Release
August 18, 2011
Jane E. Young, Senior Assistant Attorney General
Criminal Justice Bureau
The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, the New Hampshire State Police, and the FBI, are seeking the public's assistance with any information relating to the death of Celina Cass. Celina Cass was last reported seen in her 863 Washington Street, West Stewartstown, home on the evening of July 25, 2011. She was reported missing on July 26, 2011. After an extensive six-day search, Celina's body was discovered on August 1, 2011, submerged in the Connecticut River. Her death has been deemed suspicious.
On July 30, 2011, the FBI issued a statement offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to the location of Celina Cass and the arrest and prosecution of any individuals involved in her disappearance. The FBI reiterates that the reward remains in effect for any information leading to the arrest and prosecution of any individual or individuals involved in Celina's death. In addition, a reward fund has been established for any information leading to the arrest and prosecution of any individual or individuals involved in Celina's death. Those wishing to contribute to the reward fund can make donations to a specially established account at the Northway Bank, Gorham, New Hampshire, telephone number (603) 466-5467, attention Susan Small. The fund has an initial donation of $5,000.
To date, more than 580 leads and tips have been received and reviewed. The investigation aggressively continues. Various forensic tests remain pending and interviews remain ongoing. Nonetheless, the public's help is still needed in this investigation. Anyone who may have knowledge of any circumstances surrounding Celina Cass's death is urged to contact the New Hampshire State Police. Even the smallest observation could provide a piece of the puzzle necessary in solving this tragedy.
Anyone with information relevant to this investigation is asked to contact the New Hampshire State Police at (603) 846-3333.
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