Homicide detectives investigating the dying of teenager Lucy McHugh have requested Fb to “protect” data on some customers’ accounts.
The 13-year-old’s physique was present in woodland close to Southampton Sports activities Centre early on 26 July.
Fb mentioned it was “working instantly with Hampshire police on this case”.
As a US-based firm, entry to non-public data on the social community have to be requested by means of the US courts system.
Final week a 24-year-old man was charged with withholding data relating the case by allegedly failing to reveal his Fb password to police.
Hampshire Constabulary mentioned that in a transfer separate to the cost, it had requested the social media web site to save lots of data on “related accounts”.
The Crimestoppers charity has supplied a reward of as much as £10,000 for data resulting in the arrest and conviction of the particular person or individuals chargeable for Lucy’s dying.
Spokeswoman Emily van der Lely mentioned: “I can not even start to think about what Lucy went by means of and the struggling her household are at the moment experiencing.
“Because of this our charity is placing up this cash, within the hope we will convey the particular person or individuals to justice.”
Police are sifting by means of 15,000 hours of CCTV footage.
On Tuesday, photographs had been launched exhibiting Lucy passing a Tesco Categorical retailer on the nook of Coxford Highway and Lordswood Highway at 09:30 BST on 25 July.
The footage was captured half an hour after she left her house in Mansel Highway East for the ultimate time, and half a mile from the place her physique was discovered.
A 24-year-old man arrested final week on suspicion of homicide and sexual exercise with a toddler was bailed on the situation he didn’t enter Southampton.
The identical man appeared in court docket on 31 July charged with withholding data regarding the homicide investigation.
Stephen-Alan Nicholson, of no mounted tackle, was remanded in custody to look at Southampton Crown Courtroom on 31 August.