Specialized testing in the search for the identity of a toddler found dead on Deer Island earlier this summer suggests she may have spent time in New England before her death.
A vigil was held Saturday night for the toddler found dead on Deer Island in Winthrop in June.
After studying pollen tests, experts believe the little girl who was found dead on Deer Island earlier this summer likely came from the Boston area.
One month after a toddler’s body was found on Deer Island, the young girl’s identity is still a mystery.
The vigil for ‘Baby Doe’ will be held on the island Saturday at 7:30 p.m., exactly one month after her remains were discovered.
Police have sent the DNA to a lab in Texas where advanced testing will be done to come up with a more detailed profile.
Officials have unveiled digital highway billboards across the state that may help in the search for the identity of a girl who was found dead on Deer Island last month.
The Worcester funeral director who handled the burial of Tamerlan Tsarnaev has volunteered to handle the burial of the unidentified girl found dead on Deer Island when officials decide to bury her.
The District Attorney and State Police announced new tip lines created to help identify the toddler found dead on Deer Island last month.
Investigators say they have not yet reached any conclusions and continue to explore leads internationally as they hope to identify the body of a young girl found last month on Deer Island.