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Needham Market: Newborn baby's death remains a mystery as police continue attempts to trace mother

The death of a newborn baby girl remains a mystery precisely two months on from her body being found at Sackers recycling centre in Needham Market.

Officers were called to the recycling centre on Ipswich Road on May 14 at around 3pm where the body was found.

It is thought she was brought to the centre within one of two waste collection vehicles which had visited 52 locations through the day.

An investigation into the girl's body is ongoing
An investigation into the girl's body is ongoing

Police have been searching for the mother for the mother of the baby and have renewed their appeal for information.

Officers are examining more than 11,000 hours of CCTV footage from areas in and around the bin locations and visiting over 800 addresses and premises, with items from the recycling centre also being analysed.

A Home Office post-mortem was held on Tuesday May 19, and initial findings remain undetermined pending further investigations.

Anyone who has any information can contact police by calling 101 and are advised to quote the reference number 37/26499/20.

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