Three young Mississippi men are in police custody after a six-year-old boy allegedly met his demise at their hands. On Thursday, his body was found in his mother's stolen vehicle. The District Attorney of Madison County said the three suspects will be charged with capital murder.

Ebony Archie, Kingston Frazier's mom, left him a car that was still on while she went to purchase items at Kroger's supermarket. Shortly thereafter, parking lot surveillance video showed a vehicle driving up beside her car with the keys left in the ignition, then, a man got in to the parked Camry and drove it away.

6-year-old child shot multiple times in his back

Michael Guest plans to charge D'Allen Washington, Byron McBride, and Dwan Wakefield for the child's death. Officials said Frazier died from multiple gunshot wounds to his back. His Mother's car was left in a ditch just 15 miles from the capital.

According to Jackson Police Cmdr. Tyree Jones, the car was stolen about 1:00 a.m. from a Jackson supermarket parking lot on Thursday. A surveillance video shows a man stealing the vehicle with the six-year-old child sitting in the back seat. A child-abduction alert was launched and after widespread publicity, he was found in the car 9 hours later. An unidentified man reported the missing Toyota Camry abandoned in the Gluckstadt suburb.

Authorities disclosed his death on Thursday. Grieving family members lamented that the boy's death was insensible. His cousin Kolby Irby said they were left to grieve his untimely death. The three killers were quickly accosted after a video and an eyewitness identified them.

Patrol officers missing during child's abduction

The investigators revealed that Wakefield and Washington are 17-years-old, while McBride, the reported triggerman, is 19-years-old.

According to the Mississippi police department, the state's law stipulates that an accused 17-year-old can be tried as an adult in a capital murder case. The prosecutor could seek the death penalty for all three, and they are set to appear in court on Monday.

Wakefield, who attended a Madison County high school was the quarterback for the football team.

However, he was dismissed, according to the school's superintendent, who did not elaborate on why he was cut from the team.

The sheriff's department said the parking lot is usually patrolled by law enforcement officials that sometimes drive around in golf carts.