Police reveal names of young girls found dead in car in Liberty County – WJCL News

Hinesville police reveal the identities of two young children found dead in a car in Hinesville this weekend.Raelynn and Payton Keyes, both 3 years old, were found in a carthat wasn't running in the Griffin Park neighborhood."It's been some time since we found children inside a car that was associated with heat,"Capt. Tracy Howard with the Hinesville Police Department said.Investigators came to the scene Sunday afternoon when the children's foster parent found them, after they had reportedly been missing for a period of time.Monday morning, an autopsy was conducted on the two, and now the Liberty County Coroner's Office is waiting for the results before they rule a cause of death.While the Georgia Bureau of Investigation assisted with the crime scene, it is the Hinesville Police Department investigating it further.While police say the house was not unfamiliar to the children, it's not the house the children and foster parents normally reside at. The car the girls were found in is also under investigation as it does not belong to the foster parent that found them, as well as why the car wasn't turned on when police arrived on scene. "It's still too early in the investigation to tell. We're looking at what caused their deaths. They were found in a vehicle, unresponsive, and there is a question about them being missing before they were located," Howard said.

Hinesville police reveal the identities of two young children found dead in a car in Hinesville this weekend.

Raelynn and Payton Keyes, both 3 years old, were found in a carthat wasn't running in the Griffin Park neighborhood.

"It's been some time since we found children inside a car that was associated with heat,"Capt. Tracy Howard with the Hinesville Police Department said.

Investigators came to the scene Sunday afternoon when the children's foster parent found them, after they had reportedly been missing for a period of time.

Monday morning, an autopsy was conducted on the two, and now the Liberty County Coroner's Office is waiting for the results before they rule a cause of death.

While the Georgia Bureau of Investigation assisted with the crime scene, it is the Hinesville Police Department investigating it further.

While police say the house was not unfamiliar to the children, it's not the house the children and foster parents normally reside at. The car the girls were found in is also under investigation as it does not belong to the foster parent that found them, as well as why the car wasn't turned on when police arrived on scene.

"It's still too early in the investigation to tell. We're looking at what caused their deaths. They were found in a vehicle, unresponsive, and there is a question about them being missing before they were located," Howard said.

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