Hampshire Police have re-issued their appeal for the mother of a newborn baby whose body was found in a park in Aldershot on the afternoon of Friday 19th May to come forward. They are also appealing for anyone with information that could help them find her to get in touch.
The child's identity remain unknown, but she has been named 'Baby M'. Officers say they are growing more and more concerned for her mother's welfare. While acknowledging that this must be a very distressing time for Baby M's mother, the authorities say they want the mother to get access to the medical attention she needs.
They are asking her to either contact the police by calling 101, or to at least go to a hospital where staff can help her.
Detectives now believe that Baby M may have been left in Manor Park at some point between Sunday 14th May and Tuesday 16th May.
Officers believe the mother may have given birth to Baby M just outside the park, beneath an oak tree, and then taken the child into the park where she was found last week Friday.
Anyone with information can contact Hampshire Police by calling 101 quoting 44170188442, or if you want to remain anonymous you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.