Murder detectives investigating the demise of teen Lucy McHugh have requested Facebook to “maintain” knowledge on some customers’ accounts.
The 13-year-old’s frame was once present in wooded area close to Southampton Sports Centre early on 26 July.
Facebook stated it was once “operating immediately with Hampshire police in this case”.
As a US-based corporate, access to personal knowledge at the social community will have to be asked via america courts gadget.
Last week a 24-year-old guy was once charged with withholding knowledge concerning the case through allegedly failing to expose his Facebook password to police.
Hampshire Constabulary stated that during a transfer separate to the price, it had requested the social media web page to save lots of knowledge on “related accounts”.
The Crimestoppers charity has introduced a praise of as much as £10,000 for info resulting in the arrest and conviction of the individual or folks answerable for Lucy’s demise.
Spokeswoman Emily van der Lely stated: “I will’t even start to believe what Lucy went via and the struggling her circle of relatives are these days experiencing.
“This is why our charity is striking up this cash, within the hope we will carry the individual or folks to justice.”
Police are sifting through 15,000 hours of CCTV footage.
On Tuesday, pictures have been launched appearing Lucy passing a Tesco Express retailer at the nook of Coxford Road and Lordswood Road at 09:30 BST on 25 July.
The photos was once captured part an hour after she left her house in Mansel Road East for the overall time, and half of one mile from the place her frame was once discovered.
A 24-year-old guy arrested closing week on suspicion of murder and sexual job with a kid was once bailed at the situation he didn’t input Southampton.
The identical guy seemed in courtroom on 31 July charged with withholding knowledge when it comes to the murder investigation.
Stephen-Alan Nicholson, of no mounted cope with, was once remanded in custody to seem at Southampton Crown Court on 31 August.