Chicago police continue death investigation, find more child’s body parts near park

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(September 7, 2015) — Police discovered more body parts belonging to a child on Sunday in Chicago’s Garfield Park, the Chicago Police Department said. Investigators have officially characterized the case as a death investigation.

Police first noticed the body parts of a child Saturday afternoon, after a foot turned up. Police initiated a search and found more parts.

According to WGN, two legs, two arms and a 20 lb. weight have been found so far.

The park, which is centrally located near Chicago’s New West Side, has been closed. The investigation is ongoing.

Multiple police vehicles and officers responded, and officers continued searching into the night on Saturday, video footage from CNN affiliate WLS showed.

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