Police say after seven months, they don't have any leads in the disappearance of 11-year-old Heaven LaShae Ross.
The youngster vanished last Aug. 19 from her Northport trailer park.
Northport Police detective Terry Carroll said Shae's whereabouts remain a mystery and he said so far there's no evidence to indicate if she was abducted or ran away from home. He also said its unknown if Shae is alive or dead.
She was featured on several national television shows and generated dozens of leads from across the nation, but none panned out.
The case took another twist on March second when the state Fire Marshal's office said a fire that started in the missing girl's bedroom may have been intentionally started. The blaze, which occurred on the morning of Sept. 25, ruined many of Shae's possessions, was confined to one side of her room.
Despite the gloomy assessment, Shae's mother remains hopeful her daughter will be found.
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