Authorities Say They’ve Found Body of Missing Jersey Girl, Autumn Pasquale

Plus: Pundits suggest Obama won foreign policy debate, Hunter Pence makes the World Series, the FBI joins the hunt for a kidnapped baby, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today.

Body of Autumn Pasquale Found. Authorities say that they’ve tentatively identified a body found inside a recycling container in Clayton, New Jersey as that of missing 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale. Pasquale had been missing since Saturday when she left her house on her bicycle. [Daily News]

Bayonets Make Appearance in Final Debate. President Obama and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney squared off in the third and final debate before the November election. The war of words over foreign policy left many saying that Obama emerged victorious, but right-wing analysts are saying that Romney fared well. And that Obama came off as patronizing when he dropped a comment about horses and bayonets on his opponent. [Daily Beast]

Hunter Pence Is World Series-Bound. The Phillies dealt right fielder Hunter Pence to the Giants before the trade deadline in July. Now, Pence will play in the World Series when San Francisco takes on the Tigers. In Monday’s decisive Game 7, Pence drove in three runs on a shot up the middle that he actually hit three times as his bat broke. [NBC Philadelphia]

Sandusky a Hot Topic During AG Debate. Last night, Pennsylvania’s candidates for Attorney General held a debate in Harrisburg. Both Republican David Freed and Democrat Kathleen Kane said that they would, if elected, look into Governor Corbett’s handling of the Jerry Sandusky case. [Inquirer]

FBI Joins Search for Kidnapped Baby. A 10-month-old baby was kidnapped from a King of Prussia apartment  during the murder of her grandmother. The girl’s father is pleading for his daughter’s safe return as the FBI joins in the search for a suspect. [Fox 29]

Montco Officials Blow Up a Bus. Multiple law enforcement agencies worked together in Montgomery County to blow up a bus for a training exercise. The bus was filled with items linked to the “victims” and “perpetrator” so that authorities would have to collect and sift through the evidence to identify those involved and prepare the subsequent case. [CBS 3]

Corbett Looks to Lure Oracle From California. Governor Corbett is set to woo Oracle—a software company from California—to central Pennsylvania. A new tax incentive, waiting for Corbett’s signature, would allow Oracle to keep 95-percent of their new employees’ state taxes, provided that the company hires 250 new employees over its first five years in Pennsylvania. Oracle pulled in $37 billion last year. [Inquirer]