BIRTH: January 2, 2000
DEATH: June 26, 2011
Celina, 11, was last seen when she went to bed at her home in which she shared with her family. She lived in a tiny town with about 800 people not far from the Canadian border. By the next morning, she was gone. Her family, friends, and people that knew her didn’t believe Celina was the type to run away or leave home on her own.
More than three dozen officers searched the area immediately surrounding her home, assisted by helicopters and dogs. They also lowered water-levels in a nearby river to search by kayak, but there was no sign of Celina.
The body of Celina was found a week after she went missing in the Connecticut River and it wasn’t clear how she died at the time they found her body. Celina was found wrapped in a blanket. An autopsy preformed later was unable to determine how she died. Police have said there was no sign of a struggle and there was no indications she ran away or someone took her.
Investigators took a silver truck, that belonged to Celina’s stepfather, Wendall Noyes, from their home as part of their continued investigation into the disappearance and death of Celina. Sources have said that the stepfather isn’t being cooperative in the investigation into Celina’s death. Celina’s mother, Louisa Noyes, has separated from her husband after his refusal to help the investigation, his mental state, and the suspicion cast upon him in her daughter Celina’s death.
Celina’s murder still remains unsolved.