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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Celina Cass Missing since 26th July 2011 - $25,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts - 31st July 2011

Two rewards are being offered in the disappearance of a New Hampshire girl as police say they’ll do 'whatever it takes' to find her.

The FBI announced Saturday that it was offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Celina Cass, who's been missing for five days.

The reward would also cover information leading to the arrest and prosecution of anyone responsible for the disappearance of the fifth grader, who was last seen Monday night.

Supervisory Special Agent Kieran Ramsey said: 'This reward should not be read into that we are transitioning in any way in this investigation.'

Ramsey added that recent, successful cases of recovered missing children have resulted in vigilance from the public.

'We are still aggressively - aggressively - searching and hoping to bring Celina Cass home,' he said.

In addition, a member of the community who wished to remain anonymous put up a separate $5,000 reward for any information.

Celina vanished from her bedroom on July 26, when she was last seen playing on her computer at about 9pm. The next morning, she was gone.

Meanwhile, police are turning their attention to the missing girl's computer as it has been revealed her stepfather has a troubled past filled with allegations of criminal behaviour and mental illness.

Police are desperately searching for her and plan to question everyone in the small town of Stewartstown, New Hampshire, which is just a mile away from the Canadian border. Read More