GREAT BEND – Kansas Attorney General Steve Six will speak to reporters this morning about the case of 14-year-old Alicia DeBolt, who disappeared Saturday night.
Investigators were awaiting a dental examination to determine if a body found Tuesday several miles from Great Bend is Alicia’s.
Six is scheduled to brief reporters at 10:10 a.m. at the Great Bend office of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. The agency is leading the investigation of the girl’s disappearance and the discovery of the body.
On Wednesday, investigators focused on interviews "with a number of individuals," said attorney general’s spokesman Gavin Young. Investigators also were continuing to work in the area where the body was found.
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Young said Wednesday that no arrests have been made.
Alicia, a cheerleader going into her freshman year at Great Bend High School, was last seen leaving her home at 11 p.m. Saturday, the KBI said.
Relatives of the girl told KWCH-TV that Alicia was last seen leaving home with a 19-year-old male friend. She had planned to attend a party and return home by midnight, relatives said.