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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Read how four babies found dead inside this storage locker in Canada !

Four dead babies found in storage locker Oct 22, 2014 09:37 By Sam Relph Police in Canada say the babies were probably newborns, but they are still investigating whether 'foul play' was involved The scene where the remains of infants were found in various states of decomposition is pictured in Winnipeg, Manitoba VIEW GALLERY Four dead babies have been found in a storage locker in Canada. Police in Winnipeg said the corpses of the infants were so decomposed they “believed” but could not confirm they were dealing with four bodies. Spokesman Eric Hofley said: “Autopsies are pending, but my understanding is we are discussing very young infants, certainly not children. Newborns. “The remains were in a state such that it is not obvious yet whether we are dealing with four separate remains. That will be done at autopsy.” It was unclear if “foul play” was involved but there were no known reports of missing infants. The bodies were discovered in a “U-Haul” storage locker on Monday. There are no suspects in custody, although Mr Hofley said investigators have spoken with people of interest. Even if it wasn’t a case of foul play, “You’re not allowed to store human remains in a storage locker,” he said.