N.Y. police say they are not looking for suspects in viral Facebook post about missing child

The New York Police Department said Thursday that it is not looking to pursue any suspects in a viral Facebook thread accusing police officers of covering up the disappearance of a 6-year-old boy.

In the thread, posted last month, a man who identified himself as the father of the boy’s mother said the girl was taken to a hospital and “finally found alive.”

But the man later deleted the thread.

On Thursday, the N.P.D. said it was “unaware of any activity” by officers who are investigating the death of the child.

The post, which is believed to have been posted by a member of the family, said the boy had been “left for dead” in the woods near his home in the Bronx.

It also described the boy as having “a very big, long face” and described his condition as being “very rough.”

A message left with a member at the family’s home was not immediately returned.

The New York Post has not identified the person who wrote the post, and the police department declined to provide any information about it.

Which type of skeletal survey would you like to have?

A skeletal survey is a survey that is done by taking a snapshot of a person’s skeleton and using a scanning electron microscope to look at the tissues, joints, bones and skin.

It uses CT scanners to look inside the bones to get a more detailed look at what’s going on inside.

You can also get scans done by using a 3D scanner.

There are some different types of skeletal scans available for people who want to have a more precise view of the bones.

There is a different type of scan that is a CT scan, which is a digital 3D scan of the body that has been done by computer.

There’s also a digital 2D scan, that’s where you get a 3-D image.

And then there’s a digital, digital-to-analog scan.

If you’re looking for a particular type of scanning, you can find a lot of different options on different sites, but you need to have an MRI, which takes the CT scan and then you send it to the lab.

How does it work?

In order to get scans of the skeleton, you have to have MRI scans done.

MRI scans are the type of MRI scans that use a high-tech scanner that’s going to look into the skull and look at all the nerves and bones that are connected to the bones, and look for any abnormality that you might find.

It’s basically the same as doing a CT.

The MRI scans will tell you what kind of bone structure there is in the skeleton.

There will also be other types of scans, including magnetic resonance imaging, that use an X-ray.

The most common MRI scan you get is a biopsy.

Biopsies are the same kind of scan you see when you get an MRI scan.

They use a CT scanner and scan the bones of the skull to look for abnormalities.

What’s the difference between CT and MRI?

In terms of imaging, there are two different types.

There aren’t really that many differences in imaging.

MRI can be used for very specific purposes.

For example, you might want to look more closely at some parts of the head, or you might have a specific problem with the nerves in the neck, or the muscle in the arms or the muscles in the back of the neck.

In other cases, MRI can look at more general problems that are not specifically related to the skull.

You could use MRI to look through the brain to see what is happening in other parts of your brain, for example.

MRI scanners are also more accurate than CT scanners.

They will give you a clearer image of what is going on in the skull, which gives you a better picture of the anatomy of the brain, so that’s a very good thing.

They are also much more sensitive to noise, which means that they can give you much more accurate images.

Are there any health benefits to MRI?

MRI scans do show a lot more than just the skeleton itself.

There have been a number of studies in the last couple of years that have looked at whether MRI can help in the treatment of certain types of cancers.

They’ve found that if you have a certain type of cancer in your brain or in other areas of your body, then MRI can actually improve the quality of life.

This is a great example of the benefits of MRI.

There was a study done by Dr Michael Stott and colleagues at University of Edinburgh and they looked at the MRI scan of someone with glioblastoma, which has spread from the brainstem into other parts, and found that MRI can improve that.

They found that for a relatively small percentage of people with glia tumours, they can improve the symptoms and symptoms and signs of the disease in those areas of the tumour, whereas for people with benign tumours or those with non-cancerous tumours they can’t improve those signs.

And these MRI scans actually improve people’s quality of living in the same way that a CT can improve people who have a bad MRI scan and have to go to the hospital.

The study also found that people who had had a CT in the past, which usually means a CT has to be taken every couple of months, didn’t get any benefit from MRI, but they were more likely to have improvements in quality of their lives as a result.

You’ve also found MRI can do other things, too.

It can help with muscle control.

In some cases, it can help to treat muscle spasms, for instance, and there are other things.

There were some studies looking at MRI scanning of people who were undergoing surgery.

The results showed that MRI scan improved surgical outcomes, including pain control, and improved quality of the surgery.

If MRI scans aren’t enough for you, there’s also the option of using CT scans.

A CT scan is a scan of your head, which involves looking at the parts of it that you can’t see through your vision. You don’t

Which presidential candidate is best for voters in swing states?

A new poll from The Associated Press and ABC News shows that a candidate with a solid economic record, strong social conservatism and a history of supporting the Affordable Care Act and immigration reform is the top choice of most voters in the swing states of Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

In fact, a whopping 81% of voters say Donald Trump is the best choice for the country, while only 39% say Hillary Clinton is.

Trump, by a 55%-31% margin, is the front-runner for the Republican nomination, with Ted Cruz trailing behind with 14%.

The AP/ABC poll, released Friday, surveyed 1,000 registered voters nationwide from Sept. 11 to Sept. 13.

The margin of error is plus or minus 4 percentage points.

The poll finds that the race in Michigan is a tight one.

In the first national poll conducted after Trump’s inflammatory speech in Phoenix, Trump won the state by 12 points, but Cruz won the statewide vote by 13 points.

Cruz has also pulled ahead in Michigan in recent days.

Ohio is in play, too.

In recent days, Trump has led in the state, but his lead has shrunk to 4 points, with Cruz ahead by 8 points.

Trump leads in the Buckeye State by 22 points, 54%-38%, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls.

Clinton leads by 33 points, 48%-43%.

The poll found that 61% of Ohio voters are white, while Trump is a far cry from his supporters in Florida.

Trump is seen as more of a white-nationalist candidate than he was before the Phoenix speech, but he still has support from white voters in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.

Clinton, by contrast, is seen more as a candidate of economic populism, the AP/AP poll found.

She has a nearly 50% approval rating among those who feel strongly about the economy.

In fact, she has an approval rating of just 38%, compared with a 58% disapproval rating among voters overall.

She also has a larger margin of approval than Trump among Republicans, according to The Associated