Thursday's discovery of a body believed to be Jenise Wright marks the end of the search for the Bremerton six-year-old. Now, investigators must begin the search for answers about who is responsible for her death.
Neighbors at Steel Creek Mobile Home Park, where the Wright family lives, said the FBI spent time going door to door on Thursday, doing DNAswabs on those who were willing.
As investigators worked, the entrance to the mobile home park saw a constant stream of visitors. People stopped by to drop off flowers, cards, teddy bears, and balloons in honor of the little girl.
I have a grand baby her age, said Carol Johnson, who cried as she dropped off a handwritten card. It's not something I could even imagine going through as a parent or grandparent.
Many of Jenise's neighbors stopped by as well. They are the ones detectives are now turning to, asking folks who live in the mobile home park to think back to last weekend. They're looking for any suspicious activity or people neighbors might have seen between August 1st and 3rd.
She was in the playground area maybe around 6:50 p.m., as I came back through, said neighbor Renee Greene. And I left here around seven. That's the last time I saw her.
Investigators stress no tip is too small and no detail is insignificant.
The Wright family was notified that a body believed to be Jenise was found on Thursday, and investigators say her parents were extremely upset. They continue to cooperate with detectives.
A positive identification from the coroner's office is expected sometime Friday. A prayer vigil will also take place on Friday, at 6:30 p.m. at Crossroads Neighborhood Church in East Bremerton.