By Hank Tester

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A search for a double-murder suspect in Alabama leads to arrests in South Florida.

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It all started on August 2, when a little girl was found wandering the streets in east Birmingham, Alabama. She had blood-stained clothes and told police her grandparents were dead.

Police were called and found 67-year-old Mary Holt and 68-year-old Steve Holt. Both apparent victims of homicide, according to police.

Kristen Gullion, 30, was picked up in Miami Beach for illegally parking her vehicle.

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The license plate of the car Guillion was driving, a Honda Civic, came back to the murdered Alabama grandparents.

Gullion said the car belongs to a friend.

Late Friday evening, Hollywood police arrested Vivian De La Rosa Toniana and Zachary Phillips, 23, after they crashed a stolen vehicle.

Birmingham police requested the extradition of the suspects to face charges in Alabama.

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Birmingham police are in South Florida working on the case.