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The remains of missing Alabama girl, 3, to believe, found it in the trash, police say

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Looking for a 3-year-old, who was abducted from a birthday party in Birmingham, Ala., has ended after police said Tuesday that they believe they found her remains in a dumpster.

Chamomile has a “Cupcake” McKinney had disappeared on Oct. 12 and after they were playing with the other kids at an outdoor birthday party at around 8:30 pm in the Tom Brown Village housing community.

(Attorney-General, Steve Marshall)

Police said Tuesday that they have found the remains of a 3-year-old is believed to be the Chamomile in a dumpster in the vicinity of a landfill site in the first half and after they had washed of the city’s trash.

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Birmingham’s police commissioner, Patrick Smith, said that the police department would have the charge of the original suspects, a 39-year-old man, Patrick Devone Stallworth, a 29-year-old, Derick Irisha Brown, — the child, based on the information provided by the researchers.

Brown had been in custody, and Stallworth was taken into custody following the researchers ‘ to be found, along with the final pieces of the puzzle together,” Smith said, adding that the suspects had no connection with Chamomile or her family.

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Smith said the Chamomile family, there will be no public funding for the child at the request of the researchers in the field. However, the father of a Camomile, a 27-year-old Dominic McKinney told me AL.com he just wanted to get his “Cake” back.

“I just want my daughter back. I would like to pay nothing, I can do anything,” he said. “Everyone knows that the Cupcake, and I’ll do anything to get the baby back to the house.”

McKinney said that he, in the name of his daughter’s Cake, because “that’s when they came out, they were all nice and red with a little brown eyes, and I said,” this is my cake.'”

(FBI via AP)

“I’m just trying to stay strong for the Cake, basically. This is not about anybody else, it’s about the Cupcake. Bringing the Crop home, and to bring these people to justice,” the grand-mother, Lekisha, and Simpson, told WBRC in the middle of the search pattern. “I just want to say to them,’ let her go. Do the right thing. It could have been you. It may be that your child has. Everyone, let’s go.”

“I hope that this message will not be lost,” Smith said after delivering the tragic news. “It only takes a fraction of a second. We can no longer assume that everyone is a part of the village, and to try to raise the child.”

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Birmingham’s lord Mayor, Randall Woodfin stated that the whole community was in mourning in addition to McKinney, and Camille’s mother, April Thomas. He asked that the community is not a party to, and does not finger-point — only to the offender.”

Fox News’ David Aaro, and Frank Miles, contributed to this report.

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