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Still no suspects for teen's killer

Posted: Jul 06, 2018 3:41 PM Updated:

It's a story that's shaken up the community: a happy, bubbly teen girl found dead. And still no suspects placed under arrest.    

A killer still on the loose. Three weeks have passed and still no arrest have been made in connectino to the murder of 15-year-old Timicca Nauta. As reported the Okkodo High School student was found dead in a Dededo home.

Though Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Aurelio Espinola couldn't confirm the cause of death, he confirmed her manner of death was a homicide. Family who spoke with KUAM say she was stabbed. The FBI has since taken on the case. Her friends, meanwhile, turning to social media to cope, using hashtag Justice for Micca, even creating a song in her memory.

See her friends here telling me she would put herself last //

As long as she had her friend smiling and had a good laugh //

And that's all that she needed //

All that she breathed in

If you have any information on this case, you are urged to call Guam Crimestoppers at 477-HELP. That's 477-4357. You will remain anonymous and may receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest and conviction.

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