COPS are continuing to hunt for the mum of a newborn baby girl – two months after the infant was found dead at a recycling centre.
Police are desperately trawling through CCTV footage in their search for the mum, who disappeared after her little girl's body was found in a sleepy Suffolk village in May.
The baby, who is believed to have been less than 48 hours old, was discovered at around 3pm on May 14 in Sackers recycling centre in Needham Village, Suffolk.
A Home Office post-mortem was held five days later on May 19, but the initial findings proved to be undetermined, pending further investigations.
So far, detectives from Suffolk Police have visited over 800 addresses and collected 11,000 hours of CCTV footage as part of their search for the mum.
An extensive search was undertaken at Sackers, which ended on Wednesday 3 June.
A number of items were seized and are subject to ongoing review and analysis.
Following two months of investigation, Suffolk Police believe that the girl was placed into a commercial waste bin at one of 52 possible locations in or around Ipswich.
A spokeswoman for Sackers said in May: "Our recycling sorting facilities are so thorough that we believe the baby was found very quickly once it was at our Needham Market site."
Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call 101, quoting reference 37/26499/20.
Alternatively, visit the Suffolk Police website here.
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