The new information was released as police continue to work "strong leads" in the hunt for the person(s) responsible. Captain Roger Waggoner said there might even be more items missing that the family and police have not discovered yet.
Since then, Cathy Crane and her family have pleaded with the community to come forward with any information that might help police solve the crime.
About 100 people from the community came together Wednesday night at Cumberland Christian Church to take part in a prayer vigil for the family and to offer them hugs and words of encouragement.
"It keeps me going and going and going," said Josh Crane, Kyleigh's father.
Josh Crane recalled memories of his young daugher and said the family planned to fulfill Kyleigh's Christmas wishes.
"She kept talking day in and day out, 'Daddy, I want a 3 DS, I want a 3 DS!'" remembered Josh Crane. "And she will have it. I'm gonna go charge it tonight so it'll work for her."
Kyleigh's mother, Holly Wilson stood next to him and held her daughter's favorite doll, a toy that will now be buried with Kyleigh.
"This was her's. She called it her baby sister. She used to hold it every night" said Wilson. "I plan on giving this to her to go with her."
Officers from the Cumberland police department were also in attendance. Josh Crane said he knows they will find the killer(s).
"I know that they will not let whoever did this get away. I know that. I can see it in their eyes," said Josh Crane. "No sleep. They are just going and going and going and they're gonna find them."
But even if and when there is an arrest, the Crane's say it won't bring their loved ones back.
"Even when we get answers, I don't know that we'll be able to understand it then either," said Cathy Crane.
Anyone wishing to help the family pay for funeral expenses can make a donation to Greenfield Bank or leave a donation at the MCL cafeteria in Washington Square Mall where Jeremy was employed.