to connectVideoFBI the search for a missing 2-year-old boy, after the parents die in an apparent murder-suicide
The report from the police that they are in a toddler’s body was found in rural Montana, which is probably missing two-year-old Aiden Salcido.
The FBI announced that investigators have found what is believed to be the body of a 2-year-old boy, whose parents were involved in an apparent murder-suicide in Montana.
“We would like to share with you that in Montana the authorities have found what is believed to be the remains of a missing Medford, Ore., a 2-year-old, Aiden Salcido. Thank you to all of you who have shared in the google search results. Please keep Aiden’s family and friends, in your thoughts,” the FBI’s Portland office, tweeted early Sunday evening.
Medford police said the body will be converted into a remote area of Montana. It was unclear how he died.
The remains were found in the same area where the family had been seen a few days earlier.
Medford police said the witnesses called in tips after seeing the story on the news, and was instrumental in helping to found a remote camp, believed to have been owned by the family.
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The boy’s parents, Daniel Salcido, and Hannah, Janiak, were found dead on Wednesday in Kalispell, Mont., when the police stopped them after a short chase, because she had a felony burglary warrants out for their arrest.
The officers Janiak dead with a gunshot wound to her head, and Salcido to death by a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the FBI said.
Their child was in the SUV — THE 1996 GMC Jimmy, with an Oregon license plate, the FBI said.
Along with the camping gear and clothes, the detectives found a receipt in the car from the Kalispell Walmart dated as of July 25, the day on which she died. Salcido and Janiak has appeared in the surveillance video, but Aiden didn’t, the researchers said.
Jackson County, Oregon, Sheriff’s Office is being investigated for the couple to have a break-in in 2018 and beyond, the FBI said. Both of them have been convicted of the charges, and in Janiak was to begin serving her sentence in the Jackson County Jail, on the 11th of June, the FBI said. They didn’t show up for her sentencing.
Felony warrants have been issued for the couple’s arrest.
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The family members described in Janiak for the enforcement of the law is considered to be a good mother, who had mental health problems.
Family members also told law enforcement that the family was homeless and would have to camp along the greenway in Medford.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.