D.A. awaiting forensic evidence testing in Katherine Cardenas death
The district attorney is giving a few details on the death of a two-year-old Laredo girl.
It has been more than a week now since the girl was found dead inside a cabinet outside her home.
And police have still not released any information in the case.
District attorney Chilo Alan's says they are working closely with the police department and they are being careful conducting the case.
According to Alaniz they are going through scientific and forensic evidence collected at the girls home.
They have already sent forensic evidence to San Antonio.
Police are still not commenting on what happened and they are not releasing any information on the case.
Isidro "Chilo" Alaniz, district attorney, "In a situation of a murder like this scientific and forensic evidence play a big part in building of the case and bringing charges and unfortunately it takes some time."
Also the D.A. says they are looking at several suspects but are waiting for the results from the forensic tests.
It can take a while for those to come back.