New York City Police Department offers a $10,000 reward to anyone who leads to the arrest of two infant children that were left behind behind a building in 2020.
According to Fox 5 NY, the boys were found outside 1460 College Avenue in the Bronx borough . One was wrapped in a bag while the other was in a dog pee pad.
According to the NYPD, both children were “disposed of by an unidentified perpetrator.”
Fox 5 NY Detective Brianna Constantino stated that one child suffered blunt-force trauma to their head, while the other received trauma to his stomach.
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The grisly discovery was made by a superintendent who lived in the apartment building, according to the station.
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Police stated that they don’t believe anyone in the building was connected to the children and their mother. They also suspect someone may have climbed over a fence and deliberately discarded the children.
Fox News Digital reached out to NYPD for more information.