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An infant twin who was found after a kidnapping in Ohio last month has died, according to a report.
Little Kyair Thomass died just before midnight Saturday after emergency services received a call of a baby not breathing at a Columbus home, according to a report by NBC, citing local police.
The baby was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
That babies made headlines last month, when they were abducted on Dec. 19, when the children’s mother had left the babies in her running car outside a restaurant while she dashed inside to pick up an order.
The car was stolen, with the babies inside. Ky’air was found a few hours later in a parking lot at Dayton International Airport, but Kason was not found until Dec. 22, when police discovered the stolen car with him inside it near a Papa John’s pizza restaurant in Indianapolis.
Nalah Jackson, 24, is still facing kidnapping charges over the incident.
NBC4 shared the following statement from LaFonda Thomas, grandmother of Ky’air and Kason Thomas: “Tonight we are living a nightmare with the community for a second time in less than a month. I’m questioning God, ‘Lord why, Ky’air?’ None of this seems real! I’m begging the community again to have some compassion and empathy while lifting up our family, Kason, and his mother Wilhemnia, LaChez, my son, and the twins’ father in prayer.”
BREAKING NEWS: Tragic news this Sunday morning— @nbc4i has confirmed that Ky’air Thomas, one of the 5-month old twins that was abducted in their mother’s car last month, has died. A spokesperson with the family didn’t provide details and says they are asking for privacy. pic.twitter.com/1xVjlycKG7
— Matthew Herchik (@MatthewHerchik) January 29, 2023
— NBC4 Columbus (@nbc4i) January 29, 2023
— New York Post (@nypost) January 29, 2023
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