Investigators renew plea for information to identify baby found near Winona

The baby girl was found in the Mississippi River last September along with several personal items, including porcelain angels. An autopsy provided investigators with DNA information and they hope to use it to identify her parents. A funeral service is set for Saturday.
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The baby girl was found in the Mississippi River last September along with several personal items, including porcelain angels. An autopsy provided investigators with DNA information and they hope to use it to identify her parents. A funeral service is set for Saturday.

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