2-year-old trio found safe after parents died in murder-suicide

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Three toddlers have been found safe after their parents gruesomely died in a murder-suicide.

Philadelphia police arrive at .’s home Maisah Larkin (pictured above) on Sunday after reports of a “screamer” arriving from the neighborhood, according to an incident report. When the police entered the house, they discovered a heartbreaking scene – Maisah’s body lying on the floor; She had multiple gunshot wounds to the head. She was presumed dead at the scene, but what made law enforcement even more concerned was that they found nothing.

The three 2-year-old children of the missing woman…

Fake police Stanley Baptiste, a 37-year-old man believed to be the 39-year-old woman’s mate, knows where the children are. It is alleged that he shot the children’s mother and fled the house with them after making sure she was dead. Basic earnings per share.

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However, a day later, police found Baptiste’s body in his Lincoln Navigator. He also suffered a gunshot wound – determined to be self-inflicted, turning the alleged murder into a murder-suicide. However, the situation only became more tense when the children were nowhere to be seen.

Both witnesses to the case are dead and law enforcement is still missing three children. Too scared…

Pennsylvania State Police begged the public to help find the three missing children, not knowing where to go from this point on. The clock is ticking – the kids are too young to fend for themselves or get help, so the police don’t have much time to find them before it’s too late.

On Tuesday, police followed a trail that led to a relative’s home about 35 miles from Philadelphia — and there they found all three children. Thankfully, they were unharmed, much to the community’s relief.

Sadly, it was too late for their parents. Police are officially investigating the death as an act of domestic violence – something Maisah’s mother confirmed went on for too long while speaking to ABC6:

“She was going to leave, but she didn’t leave fast enough. I’m still in shock. When I heard what happened, I just broke down and cried.”

Just sad…

One GoFundMe was founded by the trio’s aunt, with proceeds going towards the care of the children as well as the memorials of their deceased mother. The description of the fundraiser asks everyone to pray during this difficult time. If you want to contribute, you can do so THIS.

Our hearts go out to the trio, as well as their families and loved ones. Maisah may rest in peace.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, help is available. Consider calling the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233 or text START at 88788 or visit https://www.thehotline.org/.

[Image via GoFundMe/6abc Philadelphia/YouTube]


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