Questions surround death of Florida girl, 12, found in creek

Bruno Cirelli
Giugno 8, 2017

The body of a Florida girl who'd been missing since last Wednesday was found Monday in a nearby creek - and police are questioning persons of interest in her homicide. It wasn't clear if the fishermen who found her body will get the reward. The creek is four miles from Naomi's home and a mile outside the main search and rescue area.

FOX10 reports that Morgan said the investigation is "very fluid" and there's a technical side to the case involving cellphones, apps and websites. Morgan said he had hoped to have suspects in the case at this point, but as of now, there are only persons of interest in Jones' death.

Jones, who had graduated from fifth grade at Ferry Pass Elementary School, disappeared from her apartment complex on East Johnson Avenue on Wednesday, writes the news journal.

When asked about motive, Morgan was visibly upset.

He said it's possible the girl's killer or killers knew the girl or her family. She had left her cell phone at home. The last communication anyone had with Naomi was 12:21 a cell phone call to a friend.

"Right now I can release that we have at least two individuals", Morgan said, according to FOX10 WALA.

Hundreds of law enforcement officials, classmates and local residents took part in the search that covered fields, woods, bushes, trash cans and other spots.

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