HALETHORPE, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying an infant that was found in a dumpster more than three decades ago.
On Sept. 9, 1987, farmers collecting scraps to feed their livestock discovered the fully-developed baby boy inside a white trash bag. The bag was tied.READ MORE: Man Abducted From Home In Laurel, Forced To Withdraw Cash At ATMs, Then Dumped On Highway, Police Say
At the time, a Superfresh was located at 5101 East Drive. The store is now a Save A Lot.
Baltimore County Police investigated but was unsuccessful in identifying the child. However, with advancements in forensic technology, detectives are hoping the public has information that may help identify the infant.READ MORE: Two Injured In Baltimore County Shooting Wednesday
Anyone who might have information about this case is asked to call 410-307-2020.
#BCoPD is seeking help from the public in a case that dates back to 1987. It all started with two farmers looking for scraps to feed their livestock. Instead of scraps, the farmers found the lifeless body of Baby Boy Doe. https://t.co/XpwOrNhy3f pic.twitter.com/OTyLWfCj5C
— Baltimore County Police Department (@BaltCoPolice) September 8, 2021MORE NEWS: Baltimore County Detectives Searching For Victim Of Crime