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Missing baby –  Schenectady New York

Remains of a baby were located.  The child’s body was found behind an apartment building at 766 block of State Street in Schenectady on Thursday. The authorities will be getting positive identification from the coroner,and until then will not the identification.

Rayen, a 4-month-old baby has been missing since around July from Schenectady, New York.

The baby’s mother, Heaven Puleski, who had been missing was located at the Days Inn on Nott Terrace on August 8, 2018.  She was taken in to custody and asked about the location of her son. Family members told WNYT that she is not cooperating.

Child Protective Services have not seen Rayen since July 17 and Puleski’s last known location was at the Gerard Apartments on 766 State Street.

 

Heaven Puleski
Heaven Puleski – Schenectady, New York

According to the Daily Gazette, “Puleski subsequently served 10 months in county jail and had another child taken by child protective services around the time of the incarceration.”

The police have been at the location searching for Rayen or any clues as to his location. A cadaver dog was even brought in to search.  At this time there are no photos of the child.

Schenectady Police asked the public for help finding Rayen. Anyone with information on the child’s whereabouts can contact the Schenectady Police Department at 518-382-5200, ext. 5604.

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