Around a hundred people have gathered for the funeral of a stillborn baby girl who was found on a footpath in Oxford.
She was discovered by a member of public in February, but despite numerous appeals over the past eight months for the unidentified mother to come forward, Thames Valley Police have not been able to trace her.
The last appeal by a police officer was an emotional one, just one week ago - for someone to claim the child who investigating officers have named 'Raihana'.
and invited members of the public to pay their respects as she was buried at Wolvercote Cemetery this afternoon. Detectives say their 'door is still open' to the baby's mother, if she wants to come forward.
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