Public's help sought after 2-year-old found dead in minivan at PATCO station

Authorities are asking for help from the public in their investigation of the death of a 22-month-old girl found dead in a minivan at a New Jersey commuter rail station lot.

Officials with the Pennsylvania-New Jersey rapid-transit system said the child was found Friday afternoon in a locked vehicle in the lot in Lindenwold and could not be resuscitated by emergency responders. High temperatures that afternoon reached the upper 80s. The child's name wasn't immediately released.

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Camden County prosecutors, Lindenwold police and Delaware River Port Authority officials said in a joint statement that no charges were immediately filed and the investigation continues. Anyone with information is urged to call investigators.

The PATCO Hi-Speedline operates daily service between Lindenwold in South Jersey and Center City Philadelphia with 10.5 million riders annually.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.