Dead infant 'Baby Moses' cold case reopens 33 years later

Dead Infant 'Baby Moses' Cold Case Reopens 33 Years Later
Dead Infant 'Baby Moses' Cold Case Reopens 33 Years Later

In 1983, an unnamed infant was found dead in a Martin County, Fla., river. And like many cold cases, it went closed for a time.

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But Newsy's partners at WPTV report the case has been reopened, and with technology like DNA testing available, new evidence might be revealed.

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The infant, later nicknamed "Baby Moses," was found drowned in a waterway with a freshly cut umbilical cord.

Officials plan to exhume the baby's body, and police are expected to give more information at a news conference Friday.

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