Police in Berks County, Pennsylvania, want to examine an X-Box and other electronic devices as they try to determine what happened to two children who died minutes apart in a hospital after they were found unconscious in the basement of their home.
The Morning Call also reported that investigators wanted to examine a dog the children’s mother had in the house. The dog, a husky-pit bull mix, has since been “given away,” according to a search warrant, which said investigators wanted to determine “the dog’s actual weight and size.”
Connor Snyder, 8, and Brinley Snyder, 4, were pronounced dead at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest on September 26, four days after emergency services were called to the family home in Albany Township, as CrimeOnline reported earlier.
Autopsy results on the children are pending, the Morning Call reported.
Anyone with information should call the district attorney’s office at 610-478-6000 or the state police Hamburg barracks at 610-562-6885.
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