CORSICANA, Texas (AP) - The mother of a slain six-year Navarro County girl says she wants justice served.
Dana Mack told KDFW television that her daughter, Hannah Mack, made her day, every day.
The girl's body was found Monday, by her mother, at the family's home near Navarro Mills Lake, about 65 miles south of Dallas.
Investigators are handling the case as a homicide.
So far, no arrests.
Autopsy results are pending.
The Navarro County sheriff's department is expected to release an update today.
Meanwhile, Dana Mack told KDFW that her daughter was: "beautiful, smart, innocent, she would never hurt anybody."
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