Autopsy for Deontae Mitchell complete; cause of death pending
13-year-old's body found in Thursday morning in field on Detroit's east side
DETROIT – A cause of death could be determined Friday for a 13-year-old Detroit boy who was abducted while riding his bike.
The Wayne County medical examiner's office performed an autopsy on the body of Deontae Mitchell, which was found Thursday in a field on the city's east side.
The cause of death is pending. There was no indication of gunshot wounds.
Deontae disappeared Tuesday night while riding bikes with a cousin, who told police that Deontae had picked up money dropped by a man who was urinating outside Nino's Market on East Warren Avenue.
Video shows Deontae being pursued by a man who grabbed the boy by his arm and forced him into a car. Police believe that man was 45-year-old Gregory Walker, who was arrested Thursday with a woman in Toledo, Ohio.
Police announced they were looking for two more men Thursday morning: Ernest Coleman and Roy Portis.
Coleman, 30, was taken into custody Thursday afternoon.
Portis, 51, was taken into custody Friday morning.
Anyone with information on the abduction of Deontae Mitchell is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 800-SPEAK-UP.
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