Police Recover Toddler's Dismantled Head In Chicago Park Lagoon

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Saturday afternoon, Chicago police were called to Garfield Park in reference to a horrific murder of a toddler & in search for the human remains. 

An anonymous call was made on Saturday to authorities after someone reportedly saw a small foot floating in the parks lagoon according to The Chicago Tribune. After examinations, it was discovered to be the left foot of a toddler.

Later that evening, the accompanying right foot as well as the left hand were recovered. Found nearby the two body parts was a 20-pound weight.

On Sunday, the dismantled head of the child was found near the same area the two feet & left hand were discovered. The lagoon seems to be the place where all of the missing limbs of the toddler were hidden.

police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi spoke on the matter Saturday evening:

We are searching the lagoon for human remains.. No word yet on how any of this happened.

The limbs that were discovered thus far in the lagoon were in the early stages of decomposition & were unclothed, police reports.

According to Guglielmi, the lagoon may have to be drained in further searches of the toddlers body parts. It is unclear as to whether or not more remains are in the lagoon.

Investigators suspect that the child was between ages 2 & 4 years old. Part of the park was closed while police investigate. No further details have been provided as to what caused someone to murder & dismember the small child, but we'll give out more information as it surfaces. What a unfortune.

Source: Fox News