Softball player, 14, who was found dead in a landfill site was MURDERED: Investigators say new evidence shows Texas teen who vanished while walking her dog died of ‘homicidal violence’

A high school young lady who vanished while strolling her puppy and was discovered two days after the fact dead in a landfill kicked the bucket of ‘desperate brutality’, a therapeutic inspector has decided.

Kaytlynn Cargill, 14, disappeared on June 19 close to her folks’ loft in Bedford, Texas and was killed in what the Tarrant District Medicinal inspector administered on Thursday was a murder.

No captures have been made and police are staying mum about any suspects or people of enthusiasm for the case, the Star-Telegram reported.

The restorative analyst did not uncover a reason for death and said the post-mortem examination report was not yet finished.

Police have shielded their choice not to issue a Golden Caution at the season of Kaytlynn’s vanishing, and said there was no proof to demonstrate the young lady was stole or that there was any further hazard to the group.

Kaytlynn last observed close to her home around 6.20pm leaving to take her canine for a stroll, as indicated by the Bedford Police Office.

A neighbor disclosed to WFAA he saw the youngster attach her canine’s rope to a fence and request that companions watch the creature, yet she stayed away forever.

‘I didn’t hear any shouts and it happened directly behind my overhang,’ said neighbor Zach McDaniel. ‘I heard no shouts, no helps, no nothing.’

Police say companions of the young lady gave ‘diverse stories’ the point at which she initially disappeared.

At the point when Kaytlynn was accounted for missing, specialists said they had no motivation to trust that she was in any risk, nor did they have any motivation to speculate unfairness.

The young lady’s body was discovered two days after the fact, by a worker at the Arlington landfill around four miles away.

That landfill contracts to get squander from Bedford and a few other littler regions close Arlington.

An eulogy for Kaytlynn said that the adolescent adored creatures and played softball and volleyball at school

‘Kaytlynn was a hopeful person, with a heart greater than anybody will ever know. Her vitality and soul shone through and was irresistible to everybody around her,’ the eulogy said.

Anybody with data about Kaytlynn’s demise is encouraged to contact the Tarrant Region Wrongdoing Plugs at 817-469-TIPS.

Maribel Bauer

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