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FBI and K-9's Continue at Kidnap Site, Autumn Pasquale's Facebook Exchange, Philabundance Needs Food
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/25/12 1:34 pm | updated: 10/25/12 1:34 pm
Police, the FBI and K-9 units have converged on the Marquis Apartments in King of Prussia again, the site of the disappearance of ten month old Saavni Venna. Bloodhounds combed the woods but authorities are saying little, careful not to jeopardize the investigation and search for the baby. A $30,000 reward has been offered for the safe return of the infant. An Amber Alert has been in effect since Monday.

UPDATE 10/25 3pm: They have just raised the reward to $50,000.

SEE ALSO: $30,000 Reward for Saavni Venna still missing in Upper Merion; Details are scarce from DA for reason

Autumn Pasquale's parents are now saying that police did not do enough to find their 12 year old daughter when she went missing. Tony Pasquale says too much time was spent interviewing him instead of searching for Autumn. Now a Facebook exchange between Autumn and one of the alleged killers has been uncovered. Meanwhile, Prosecutor Sean Dalton is proud of the investigators who poured their souls into the search. Autumn's family says a public viewing will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Glassboro. A funeral Mass at the church will follow at 2 p.m., and burial will be at Cedar Grove Cemetery in Clayton.

Reported by the Philadelphia Inquirer:
"In a Facebook exchange on Oct. 16, Autumn, a BMX enthusiast, expressed interest in a photo of the bicycle Justin Robinson, 15, had posted on his Facebook page two months earlier.
"Thts sexy!" Autumn wrote.
According to a screen grab of the exchange, Justin wrote, "yess cme 2 my house." He also claimed to have a receipt for the bike from an area store.
Four days later, on Saturday, Autumn set off on her bike from her house in Clayton, never to be seen alive again."

Philabundance needs food. The region's largest hunger relief organization is asking for the public's help in the form of cash donations. There is a shortage of about 300,000 pounds of food due to increasing demand and decreasing food donations. Philabundance was forced to close an agency for the first time in 20 years because there was not enough food to open its doors.

World Series Game 2 tonight. Giants beat the Tigers in Game 1.

Cloudy today. Up to 65 in Philadelphia.

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