Hampshire Constabulary has relaunched their appeal for information to the murder of a new born baby girl in Aldershot on May 2017.
The newborn was found in bushes in Manor Park at around 1.30pm on Friday 19 May 2017.
Officers at Hampshire Constabulary believe she was born outside the park due to the significant amount of blood seen in the area, before being placed in the park.
They are treating it as a murder investigation.
A post mortem examination has found that Baby M died less than six hour after birth as a result of blunt force trauma.
Senior Investigating officer, Detective Chief Inspector Dave Storey said: “It saddens us greatly that despite months of complex and detailed investigation we haven’t identified the new born baby girl and her parents. We need to know why she was killed and bring the person or people responsible to justice.
“Identifying the baby’s parents is key to us understanding why the baby was killed and the circumstances leading to her tragic death. We have a baby girl, without a name and a proper burial, please help us find out what happened.
“We have sought expert analysis and opinion from a number of sources to find out as much as we can about the baby and her parents.
A Forensic Genealogist has suggested that the baby’s parents are of East Asian ancestry and we have made specific enquiries as a result of this information.
“We are in possession of a full DNA profile of the baby’s mother, this allows us to prove or eliminate women believed to be involved.
“With the help of further forensic support we have been able to identify a smaller time window when we believe the offence took place which is overnight between Monday May 15 and Tuesday May 16 2017. This in turn allowed us to look more closely at the CCTV we had seized and find two people we would like to identify as they may hold vital information.
“Please contact us if you think you can help, what happened to what happened to this new born baby girl is unthinkable, we need to find out who is responsible.”
If you can help please contact the investigation team on 101 quoting Operation Metre. Alternatively please call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.