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Pasquale Family Says Not Enough Done To Find Autumn

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It was a tragic end to a missing child case when Autumn Pasquale was found dead, just blocks away from her home.

But now the family says police didn't do enough to find the 12-year-old.

The two accused teen brothers, ages 15 and 17, are charged with first-degree murder. And we're learning more about what they allegedly did in the hours after prosecutors say they lured Autumn to their home and killed her.

One of those things was posting to their social media pages.

Take a look at 15-year-old Justin Robinson's twitter account from Saturday night. He tweeted just after 8 p.m. "just got home, time to chill."

Then, a half hour later, he posted that he was no longer home.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Thursday morning on an alleged exchange online between Autumn and one of her now-accused killers regarding bike parts.

The family is calling for an investigation by the state attorney general's office.

Meanwhile, authorities are defending their actions during the search and investigation.

"The Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office's investigative units poured their hearts and souls into this investigation and worked around the clock to find Autumn," said Prosecutor Sean Dalton, in a statement. "I am proud of what they did under such difficult circumstances. This is a time to start the healing process and let the justice system move forward with this case."

Because of all of the angry comments being left on news articles and social media sites, as well as those in town who almost instantly raised a possible racial motive for the murder, police have been guarding the house where the killing allegedly occurred Saturday and the brothers lived, along with their mother, who turned them in.

Clayton police say they're there to make sure no one tries anything, from vandalism to vengeance, as the town continues to cope with what happened.

The brothers' first court appearance is set for Friday.

Funeral services for Autumn are planned for Saturday.

Dalton says a decision will be made within two weeks on whether to try and charge the two boys as adults.

FOX 29's Steve Keeley has more details in this video report and will be at the memorial scene all morning.

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