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Florida officials are offering a bigger reward for finding a baby who went missing after a triple homicide.
The Miami Dade police are looking for baby Andrew Caballerio.
Wednesday they released this flyer.
It states the reward for information leading to the child’s whereabouts has increased from $1,000 to $8,000.
Baby Andrew disappeared last month.
Police say Andrew’s father Ernesto Caballerio killed his son’s mother, grandmother and great-grandmother before abducting the baby.
The baby was one week old at the time.
Caballerio was later found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Pasco County.
Posted – 2.22.20