Body found in ocean near site of Hart family crash

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"The Mendocino County Sheriff's Office is monitoring the ocean conditions to see when further searches might be safely conducted", Lt. Shannon Barney said.

In a statement, the Mendocino County Sheriff's office said the body appears to be that of an African-American female. The three other children - Devonte, 15, Hannah, 16, and Sierra, 12 - were still listed as missing.

Sarah and Jennifer Hart and their six adopted children were believed to be in the family's SUV when it plunged off a cliff last month.

Investigators could not immediately determine the age or identity of the body but said they are investigating whether it's one of the children still missing after the crash.

During the investigation, police discovered the vehicle was pinned at 90 miles per hour. There were no skid or brake marks, said Allman, the Mendocino County sheriff.

On Sunday, April 1, CHP said the Hart family SUV's on-board computer shows that the vehicle stopped at a gravel pullout and then accelerated over the cliff, a distance of about 70 feet.

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In Minnesota, one of the Hart children tells an elementary school teacher of pain in her stomach and back, and bruises are discovered.

Family and friends of the Harts told detectives the family traveled together and was rarely apart, the sheriff's office said. There, the couple's neighbors recalled unusual encounters with the Hart children.

The five bodies were found a few days after Washington state authorities began investigating the Harts for possible child neglect.

"One of the girls came to the door at 1:30 in the morning and said that she needed help and the parents were not treating her properly, and (she) wanted us to protect her", neighbor Bruce DeKalb said. Devonte captured the world's attention in 2014, when he was photographed sobbing in the arms of a white police officer in Portland, where people had gathered in support of civil rights protests in Ferguson, Missouri. They said they have not found suicide notes.

Authorities said the home was "neat and in order" with "no obvious signs of violence".

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