The twin dies after being rescued from a kidnapping in Ohio

A twin child found after being kidnapped in Ohio last month has died, according to a report.

According to a report by NBC citing local police, little Kyair Thomass died just before midnight on Saturday after emergency services received a call from a not-breathing baby at a home in Columbus.

The baby was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Kyair and his twin brother, Kason, were kidnapped on December 19 when Nalah Jackson stole the car they were in while their mother, Wilhelmina, ran to a restaurant to pick up a DoorDash delivery order, police officers said at the time.

Kyair was found abandoned near Dayton International Airport hours later, while Kason was spotted three days later, on December 22, in Indianapolis near Papa John’s pizza place in the same Honda Accord where the infant couple was abducted.

The twins Kyair and Kason Thomass.
Baby twin Kyair Thomass, found after being kidnapped last month, has died.

Mug shot of Nalah Jackson.
Nalah Jackson was arrested and charged with kidnapping the little boys.
Columbus Department of Police Kaso

By a stroke of luck, two Indianapolis police officers who were taking a lunch break while searching for Kason stumbled upon the stolen car and baby outside the restaurant.

The Thomass family called the babies’ recovery a “miracle”. The little boys’ grandmother, LaFonda Thomass, said, “It’s going to be the best Christmas ever,” according to an interview with WBNS-TV.

Jackson was arrested the same day Kason was recovered and charged with two counts of kidnapping. The twin dies after being rescued from a kidnapping in Ohio


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