FOX NEWS - Two youths in Colombia reportedly committed suicide in late August as the sick "Momo suicide challenge" continues to spread worldwide.
A 12-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy took their own lives, within just 48 hours of each other, according to local radio outlet Caracol. The deaths happened in the municipality of Barbosa, in the north west part of the Colombian area of Santander, according to the Daily Mail.
Local media, including RCN Radio, reported the teen boy likely knew the younger girl and passed the game to her, before killing himself. A mere 48 hours later, the 12-year-old girl was found hanged.
Police seized the children's phones, which were said to have messages linking them to the Momo suicide game.