NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The family of the young boy who was abducted, killed and dismembered in Brooklyn has filed separate $100 million civil suits against the suspect and the suspect’s father.

Leiby Kletzky, 8, went missing July 11 while walking home from day camp. Police said the boy’s severed feet were found in the freezer at suspect Levi Aron’s apartment in Kensington.

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Aaron has pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and kidnapping. Prosecutors say the boy was killed after he met Aron on the street and asked for directions because he was lost.

The lawsuits stated Aron’s father should have known what was going on with his son and could have stopped the crime. He owned the building where his son lived.

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Aron’s father didn’t respond to a call seeking comment.

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