Boston 'Baby Doe' Mystery: A New Break in the Case

As authorities in Massachusetts work to unravel the mystery of a young girl discovered dead inside a trash bag earlier this summer, new tests reveal the girl was likely from the local Boston area, authorities said.
0:32 | 08/13/15

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Our new break in the case of the little girl known as baby DO investigators finally able to link the child to the Boston area. This is the first big break since BBDO was found dead wrapped in trash bag with a blanket on a Boston beach back in June. Investigators tested pollen found in the girl's pants and blanket the type of pollen found was traced back to trees in the Boston area. Confirming investigators' theory that she was from the area. Police say it is unusual for someone be unidentified. For this long.

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