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17-Month old Ziya Turner found dead

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DETROIT, Mich. (WJBK) -

A sad turn of events in Detroit Saturday morning. 17-month old Ziya Turner was found dead. Now, a family member is being questioned by police.

Click on the video player to watch Maurielle Lue's report.

The baby was reported missing from a home in the 18-thousand block of Brinker around 3:30pm Friday on Detroit's east side. Police confirm Ziya was discovered Saturday morning in a closet inside the family's home. A cadaver dog led officers to the little girl's body. Her grandmother tells Fox 2 the family is doing everything they can to keep it together in the wake of this tragedy.

So far, no one has been charged in this case. The Medical Examiner has not yet released the cause of death.

Stay with Fox 2 news for the latest on this developing story.

 

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