A teenage girl found dead in a Maplewood park early Saturday has been identified, Maplewood police said.
Anna Lynn Hurd, 16, of North St. Paul, was found stabbed to death in Hillside Park Saturday morning, Maplewood Police Chief Dave Kvam said Sunday.
Kvam would not elaborate on the details of the murder including the severity of Hurd's wounds, the location of the wounds, or what kind of weapon that was used, the Pioneer Press said.
Originally, police were looking for a possible suspect identified by a caller as being a white male with blond spikey hair, the Star Tribune said. Police are now turning their attention to other possible suspects, the Star Tribune reported.
Whoever killed Anna, "robbed me blind," Patrick Hurd, the girl's father, said Sunday night according to the Star Tribune. "They stole something from me that was my most prized possession."
No arrests have been made at this point, Kvam said.