SAN ANTONIO - A body found at a park near Denver, Colorado was identified Friday as that of a missing 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway.
Her body was found Wednesday about 7 miles southwest of her home.
Authorities said it was not intact, but have given no further details.
"Our focus has changed from the search for Jessica to a mission of justice for Jessica," Westminster Police Chief Lee Birk said.
Ridgeway began a short walk from her home to her elementary school on the morning of Oct. 5 but never arrived.
A massive search by hundreds of law enforcement officers did not start until hours later because Jessica's mother works nights and slept through a call from school officials.
The FBI is asking residents to be alert for people they know who might have suddenly changed their appearance or uncharacteristically missed work or appointments.
"It could be your boss, it could be your friend, and ultimately it could be your family member," FBI spokesman Dave Joly said.