Two Milwaukee Boys may have been found
Although extremely sad, it would be nice to know another pervert didn't have his way.
Missing Milwaukee Boys' Bodies May Be Found
Autopsies To Determine Identity, Cause Of Death
(CBS) MILWAUKEE The bodies of two children were recovered Friday from a park lagoon in the area where two Milwaukee boys have been missing for almost a month.
Milwaukee Police Chief Nan Hegerty told reporters two people walking through McGovern Park spotted the body, which was floating in the lagoon. Hegerty says the body couldn't be immediately identified and an autopsy will be completed Saturday morning.
Shortly after the chief spoke, authorities found a second child's body. WTMJ-AM reported on its Web site that
the second child was found after divers were called to the area.
The park and pond have been searched several times in the hunt for the missing boys, 11-year-old Purvis Virginia Parker and 12-year-old Quadrevion Henning. They were last seen the afternoon of March 19 when they asked Henning's grandfather if they could play basketball at a nearby park.
In the ensuing days, police and volunteers searched the neighborhood, leafletted the city and made repeated appeals for information anyone might have on what happened to the youngsters.
Police fielded hundreds of calls on a tip line offering possible leads.
The boys' families said the two had no history of running way and had good school attendance records.
The boys' case was featured Thursday on the CBS drama "Without a Trace," which profiles real missing persons at the end of each show. CBS News' "The Early Show" on Friday also gave more details on the case.