Buffalo Police need the community's help to solve a homicide of a 20-month-old.

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The Buffalo Police Department is hoping to get the community's help to solve the 9-year-old cold case.  A toddler, 20-month-old Jahaira Taylor, was killed in June of 2011.  According to a WGRZ article from 2016, Crime Stoppers and the Buffalo Police are offering a $2,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest.

Buffalo Police Captain Joseph Gramaglia told Spectrum News that BPD believes community members know information that can help them solve this case,

"We always believe there are people out there that know more than they think they know or more than they are willing to share with us. We're hoping in the case of a 20-month-old child, that we can appeal to people's conscience and come forward to provide us with information."

Buffalo Toddler Killed By Blount Force Trauma

According to Spectrum News, Jahaira was removed from a home in the 400 block of Clinton Street at the Towne Apartments in Buffalo, where she had suffered blunt force trauma.  Her family members say she was left alone in the house with her mother's boyfriend. She was taken to Women & Children's Hospital, where she later died.

A post on BPD's Facebook page is asking that anyone with information that can help police solve this case, should please call the Cold Case Squad at 716-851-4511.

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