Days before the disappearance of Autumn Pasquale, one of the two boys charged with killing the 12-year-old suggested she come over to see a BMX bike, according to a Facebook exchange.
â€œIs that ur bike?â€ she asked.
â€œYeupp,â€ he replied.
â€œThts sexy!â€ she said.
When another friend jumped into the online conversation, saying, â€œno its not,â€ the teen immediately responded: â€œyes. cme 2 my house.â€
The newspaper obtained the posts from neighbors who asked not to be identified. The Facebook page is no longer publicly accessible. A spokesman for the Pasquale family said he was aware of the comments as described by a reporter.
The postings appeared to have occurred days before Pasquale went missing.
When asked about the Facebook posts, the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s spokesman, Bernie Weisenfeld, would not confirm or deny their authenticity. However he did say the prosecutor was aware of them.
Prosecutors on Tuesday said that Autumn was lured to the home of one of her killers with the intention of stealing her own BMX bicycle for parts. Authorities have not identified the two teens charged with her death, but it has been widely reported that they are 15-year-old Justin Robinson and his brother, 17-year-old Donte Robinson. Both are charged with murder, conspiracy to commit murder, tampering with evidence, improperly disposing of a body, and theft.
Justin Robinson, who was the one apparently communicating with Autumn through Facebook, was also charged with luring.
The girlâ€™s body was found Monday night in a recycling container next to the brothersâ€™ home.
Jason Green, 20, a Glassboro resident who said he was heavily involved in the search for Pasquale, also said he had seen the Facebook posts online.