STEWARTSTOWN, N.H. (AP) — Law enforcement officials are in their fifth day of searching for a missing 11-year-old northern New Hampshire girl.
Jane Young of the state attorney general's office said Saturday that investigators are combing through any information they received from overnight in their search for Celina Cass.
Young says a new cellphone tower put in place in the Stewartstown area after Celina went missing will be a big help for investigators to communicate. The rural town with rugged terrain is close to the Canadian border.
Celina was last seen Monday night at her home computer. Investigators have knocked on about 300 doors in the area and in neighboring Vermont, with plans to continue.
Police have said there is no indication Celina ran away or that someone took her.
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