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In a follow-up to a developing story we brought you earlier this week out of Chicago, police there now say they’re draining a lagoon in a west side city park as they continue to investigate the gruesome discovery of a toddler’s decomposing body parts. City crews began the process Tuesday as divers continued to look for any other remains. A child’s hands, feet and head were recovered over the weekend in Garfield Park, a large urban park with main streets that cut through. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office examined the body parts and determined they most likely belonged to an African-American child between ages two and three-years-old. Police have not identified who the child was, at this time. Investigators will hold a press conference later today. Stay up to date on this criminal death investigation, click HERE.

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