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Gabrielle Molina, N.Y. 12-year-old who committed suicide, left note saying she was cyber-bullied, cops say

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(CBS/AP) NEW YORK - New York City police say a 12-year-old girl who was found hanged left a suicide note that spoke of being bullied online, reports CBS New York.

Gabrielle Molina was found dead in her home Wednesday afternoon by her family. Her death was ruled a suicide by hanging.

According to CBS New York, Molina left a note saying she was "sorry" and that she was "cyber bullied."

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly reportedly said Thursday that investigators have taken two computers from the home to determine whether online messages may have led to her death. Police were also interviewing her friends and relatives.

The girl attended Jean Nuzzi Intermediate School 109 in Queens Village.

Education officials have spoken with the family and offered condolences. They did not comment on reports of cyber bullying because of the ongoing investigation.

Kelly reportedly didn't speculate as to whether criminal charges could result from the investigation.

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