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.
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.