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The police department in the state of New York, the police said Tuesday that they are investigating the discovery of an abandoned 3-year-old boy, and a burned-out car with human remains to be seen whether they are connected to each other.
The body was found on Monday morning at around 8 o’clock, to sleep on a stranger’s front porch, Buffalo police said. Ten hours later, the police found the vehicle some distance behind a mini-storage. The woman who found the boy, and said, the child wouldn’t say ‘the car’s on fire”, according to a new report.
Asked at a press conference on Tuesday on a joint, Apt. Jeff Rinaldo said, “We are exploring the possibility of that.”
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He said that the boy’s maternal grandparents in Florida, has determined that for the child, and told the boy’s parents and a friend of theirs is missing.
“The car was very heavily damaged by the fire, almost to the point that we will not be able to tell what kind of vehicle it is, or the contents of the car,” Rinaldo said.
He told me that they believed that the vehicle caught on fire around 3 a.m. on Monday. He said the boy was taken to the well-being of the children of the workers, and it was in “good spirits.”
Buffalo police on Monday said they were searching for the parents of the 3-year-old boy who was found sleeping on a porch.
(Buffalo Police Department)
The boy’s grandmother, told WKBW-TV on Tuesday that it was Noelvin.
His parents, a 24-year-old Nicole, of Mercy, and the 31-year-old Miguel Valentin, have not been in contact with the family since Sunday, the station reported.
Lois Augsburger said that she thought it was a child sleeping in a cardboard box, she shows up on her porch for the strays.
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“It was very traumatic,” Augsburger told WKBW. “So I said what the hell and I grabbed him and I hugged him.”
The police took custody of the child.
“I said,” where is your mommy, honey,” Augsburger told the station. “He said,” the cars on fire, cars on fire, that’s what he was saying.”
As the police approached the area in search of the boy’s parents, Rinaldo said Monday.
“The child is extremely verbal, so it’s hard for any of us to try to figure out exactly what the circumstances were surrounding the child’s appearance in court,” Rinaldo said, according to WKBW.