The cause of death of the 11-year-old Texas girl whose body was found in a river after disappearing days earlier while on her way to school has been revealed.

Audrii Cunningham died of “homicidal violence,” the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences confirmed in a report seen by The Daily Beast.

The report added that Cunningham’s cause of death included “blunt head trauma” and added that the manner of death was homicide. No further details were provided about the nature of Cunningham’s injuries.

Cunningham was reported missing on Feb. 15 by school officials, who said the girl never showed up, Polk County Sheriff Byron Lyons said at the time. Her body was finally discovered Tuesday in the Trinity River.

Don Steven McDougal, who lived in a trailer behind his father’s house in Livingston, a small town about an hour from Houston, was charged with capital murder a day later.

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McDougal had even joined the chase himself for a short time, authorities said, before being considered a suspect.

Lyons said at a news conference Monday that the 42-year-old man was likely the last person to see Cunningham alive after he admitted leaving the house with her.

McDougal was apparently supposed to take Audrii to the bus stop on the day she died, but she never made it to school.

Charge documents obtained by People They claim the 11-year-old boy’s body was connected to a “large rock” with a rope “consistent” with another length found in McDougal’s car.

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By Sam