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This car was towed from a Loveland Apartment early Monday.

by David Miller

Miami Township, Ohio – Police believe they have found the remains of Kaylynn Crawford along the Little Miami riverbank on private property in the 100 block of Glendale-Milford Road in Miami Township, Clermont County.

Monday afternoon, information from Charles Crawford, the father of four-month old of Kaylynn, led police to the location. He has been charged with murder and is in custody in the Clermont County jail.

During a news briefing at the scene, Savalas Kidd, Assistant Special Agent in Charge with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) said, “The report that Charles Crawford filed indicating that Kaylynn had been abducted from the Dollar General was fabricated. The investigation is continuing and there is no additional informtion that we can release at this time.”

body-found--sign-1-(1)Earlier, at a 2 PM news conference, Loveland Police Chief, Sean Rahe said, “Everyone’s priority right now is to find Kaylynn and return her to her family.” After the body was found he said, “This is clearly not the outcome we were hoping and praying for today. We would like to offer our sympathies to Kaylynn’s family. The investigation is ongoing. My office and BCI will work towards justice for this innocent victim.”

Rahe also said he was very grateful to the members of the community who took time to call in tips and, “helped keep an eye out for Kaylynn.”

Although many questions remain, investigators did not take any questions.

The Clermont County coroner removed the body from the scene. The Federal Bureau of Investigations is also assisting with the investigation.

Just before 9 PM on Sunday night, Charles Crawford called 911 and reported his infant daughter was missing from his car in the parking lot of Dollar General on Loveland Madeira Road. He said he went into the store and when he went back to the car to get his wallet, the child was missing. You can listen to Crawford’s 911 call, below.

 

 

 

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