Baby’s body found in Martha’s Vineyard trash collection: Massachusetts State Police seek public’s help in identification
Authorities are seeking the public’s help in identifying a baby girl’s remains found in a recycling facility processing materials from Martha’s Vineyard.
Workers at Zero Waste Solutions on Cranberry Highway in Rochester on Thursday came across the baby’s body in collected recycling originating from Martha’s Vineyard and shipped to the regional facility in Rochester.
The Massachusetts State Police and Cape and Islands DA office say that the newborn infant’s mother may live in, have ties to or recently traveled to Martha’s Vineyard.
The baby’s remains were turned over to the Office of the Chief Medical examiner, where the MSP says a post-mortem examination has begun.
Anyone who has any information about the possible identity of this baby girl or her parents is urged to contact Trooper Dustin Shaw of the State Police Detective Unit for the Cape and Islands at at 508-790-5799.
This is a developing story.