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NYPD offers $10,000 reward in cold case in the deaths of two babies

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The New York City Police Department is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the cold case of the deaths of two young children found lying behind a building in 2020.

The boys, one of whom was found wrapped in a garbage bag and the other inside a pee pad, according to Fox 5 NY, were discovered outside 1460 College Avenue in the city’s Bronx borough.

The New York police said both children “were removed by an unknown perpetrator.”

Detective Brianna Constantino told Fox 5 NY that one of the boys suffered blunt force trauma to the head, while the other suffered blunt force trauma to the stomach.

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The children were found behind this apartment building in the Bronx borough of New York City on November 9, 2020.
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A superintendent who lives in the apartment building made the gruesome discovery on November 9, 2020, the station added.

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The NYPD suspects that both children were discarded by someone who jumped a fence and made it to the rear of the property, reports Fox5 NY.

The NYPD suspects that both children were discarded by someone who jumped a fence and made it to the rear of the property, reports Fox5 NY.
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Police also told Fox 5 NY that they don’t believe anyone in the building is related to the children or their mother and suspect someone jumped a fence and discarded the children behind the property.

Fox News Digital has reached out to the NYPD for further comment.

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