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New photos of the three suspects in the Paisley Schultz case have been released New York the girl who went missing in 2019 found hidden under the stairs before their first expected trial on Wednesday.
Three adults have been charged in the abduction case. Kirk Schultis Jr., 32, Kirk Schultis Jr., 57, and Kimberly Cooper, 33, face charges of interfering in custody and endangering a child’s life.
The child was found in good health Monday night at Soherty’s home, New York. According to Saugerties police, in July 2019, when she was 4 years old, she was missing from the northern state.
Police said Monday they received a tip and then received and handed a search warrant at a house on Faun Road, about 115 miles north of New York City. They allegedly found the girl in a damp makeshift compartment under the stairs in the basement.
The photo from the crime scene shows a compartment filled with blankets and a panda bear pillow. Authorities said it was damp and cold inside.
Police suspected at the time of the disappearance of her parents Cooper and Schultis Jr., who did not contain custody.
Schultz Sr. and Jr. were prosecuted and released on bail, according to FOX 5 New York.
Cooper remains in Ulster County Jail.
All three defendants are due to appear in Sagertis City Court at 3pm on Wednesday, according to Daily Freeman.
Paisley Schultis was handed over to her legal guardian and reunited with her older sister, reports FOX 5.
Michael Ruiz of the Associated Press and Fox News contributed to the report.