Minneapolis, MN (KROC-AM News)- Authorities are calling the death of a Minnesota toddler suspicious. 

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That’s according to a news release issued Wednesday morning by the Minneapolis Police Department. 

Officers responded to the report of an unresponsive baby who was not breathing at a north Minneapolis residence around 5:30 Tuesday afternoon. 

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Officers found the girl and administered Narcan and CPR until paramedics arrived. She was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead. Officials say the girl was 2-year-old. 

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The responding officers found narcotics paraphernalia surrounding the little girl, the news release says. Minneapolis Police Chief Brian O’Hara says investigators are calling the young girl’s death suspicious. 

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The preliminary investigation indicates two adults and a seven-year-old were in the home with the young girl at the time of her death. 

I am horrified and saddened by this tragedy. Our investigators are fully committed to finding the facts and figuring out how this little girl died.

-Minneapolis Police Chief Brian O’Hara 

Investigators discussed the circumstances surrounding the toddler's death with the adults. The seven-year-old child was unharmed, the news release says.

So far no arrests have been made. 

Officials say the Hennepin County Medical Examiner will determine the cause and manner of the little girl’s death.

Minneapolis Police Department news release
Minneapolis Police Department news release

Minneapolis Police Department Homicide Detectives also responded to the scene to begin an investigation.

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