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The Buffalo police department’s release of surveillance video in the case of the abandoned boy was found on the front porch

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Buffalo Police have released surveillance video that shows two men in possession of the gas in the cans on the guide, a little boy from the burning car before he was found in a woman’s front porch.

The police said that the two persons were called as well as people of interest in the arson of the car, which was found on Monday afternoon, with two charred bodies inside. The bodies have not yet been identified.

“This is a horrible, horrible crime,” Capt. Jeff Rinaldo told a news conference on Thursday.

“This is a very complex case involving a missing person, a woman, and now a murder,” he said, according to WHEC-TV.

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It could be the drugs.

The Buffalo News reported Friday that two of the sources in the police said that there were more than eight and a half pounds of cocaine was found in a hotel room with the boy’s parents are busy, and before they had disappeared and been reported missing.

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The discovery of the drugs can help the police to determine what led to Nicole Two Plaud, 24, and Anthony Valentin-Colon, 31, is traveling to Buffalo from Orlando, Fla., the paper reported it.

She was with a friend, Dhamyl Roman Andiffred, who has been reported missing.

The boy, identified as Noelvin, it was found to be 8 hours of sleep, and in a box, a woman leaves her front porch for the stray cats. The boy had been in the possession of the well-being of the children of the workers.

The police department has determined that the burned vehicle had been rented by Plaud, and Adult Colon.

In the video, in a flash, it can be seen that, with the car bursting into flames, WKBW-TV reported on Friday.

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The video was shot at around 3 o’clock in the morning on Monday, police said.

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