Grisly new details emerge in discovery of dead twins in The Bronx

A Bronx superintendent described the moment he discovered a pair of dead twin newborns behind a behind a Bronx building — as horrifying new details emerged in the case.

Police sources said the baby boys were less than 24-hours-old when they were found Monday afternoon roughly 20 feet apart around the six-story College Avenue building in Claremont.

One of the newborns was found partially covered in a pet training pad — with apparent head trauma and his umbilical cord wrapped around his neck — in a janitorial work area on the side of the building.

The other was discovered 20 feet away, bound in a black plastic bag with no visible injuries in the back of the building, sources and the superintendent said.

The superintendent of the building made the disturbing discovery before police were called to the scene at around 1:45 p.m.

The super, who would only identify himself as Johnny, told The Post Tuesday that he came outside in morning at around 8 a.m. and thought that he saw a doll laying on the ground.

“I didn’t pay it any mind, because I thought it was a toy doll,” he said, adding that he then went about his day.

In the afternoon, while he came back out to tend to the garbage, Johnny said he “realized it wasn’t a toy,” but a baby boy.

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