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An unidentified boy found inside a suitcase in rural Indiana last month died from an electrolyte imbalance likely caused by a stomach virus, authorities said Friday.

The boy, who is believed to have been 5 years old at the time of his death, had no significant traumatic injuries, and his blood toxicology was negative, according to an autopsy report, an Indiana State Police spokesman said in a news release.

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The child was described as clothed and clean when he was placed inside a hardshell suitcase adorned with the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign, the release said.

Detectives don’t know how long the boy was in the suitcase, but the have not found any evidence suggesting he was alive when he was placed inside, according to the release.

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  1. I don’t believe them. They all lie anymore so how can we trust them!? I pray he didn’t suffer. RIP little one. 🙏🏻

    • I’m sorry? Yes, most people lie. We are still the party that backs the blue. Does law enforcement get it wrong sometimes? Yes! The liberals of AOC are the ones wanting police tarred and feathered / removed. I support the police and back them – but call out the “occasional” bad egg.

  2. This is our society today. Sad. How could a parent or caregiver do this to a child. Doesn’t he deserve a proper burial. Where are the people that are suppose to love this child. The only good thing, God has his soul.


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