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July 7th, 2014
08:52 PM ET

Investigation widens in Georgia toddler's hot car death

Authorities are digging deeper into the death of Cooper Harris, the Georgia toddler who was strapped in his car seat for seven hours in the sweltering heat before he was found dead.

Georgia hot car death: More search warrants released

His father, Justin Ross Harris is in jail and faces charges in connection with Cooper's death. Search warrants were released Monday, seeking medical records and hard drives, indicating authorities are also taking a look into the family's finances.

Cooper's mother has not been charged with any crime but authorities have repeatedly mentioned her actions, raising suspicion about her potential involvement.

David Mattingly is Outfront with more on Leanna Harris.


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