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Body of Child Believed to be Leah Marie Aguirre Died of Blunt Force Trauma, Autopsy Says

Crosbyton Police Department

Some details on the autopsy of the young girl believed to be a missing Crosbyton girl have been released.

Crosbyton police say that the child was killed by blunt force trauma to the head.

Authorities believe that the body is that of 2-year-old Leah Marie Aguirre.

DNA results have not yet come in to give positive identification of the victim.

Crosbyton police and the FBI executed a search warrant at the home of Matilda Alvarez on January 10th and found the child’s body hidden in the basement on a shelf, wrapped in plastic and hidden under a pile of clothes.

Alvarez, who was the child’s caretaker, is in police custody for Capital Murder.

We’ll bring you more on this story as it develops.

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