HICKORY, NC (AP) - Police are saying they have discovered new evidence in the case of a missing disabled North Carolina girl, but authorities are being tightlipped about what they have found.
The Hickory Police Department said Thursday that detailing the evidence may jeopardize their investigation.
Ten-year-old Zahra Baker has been missing since Oct. 9. Authorities think she is dead.
Police have found her artificial left leg and are also testing a bone to see if it belongs to her.
Zahra lost her leg to bone cancer. She also uses hearing aids.