Somebody has to recognize the artist rendering of the little girl on the billboards. At least, that’s the hope.
The Massachusetts State Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office have teamed up with MassDOT to install digital billboards imploring the public to call with any information regarding the fate of Baby Doe.
Eighty-four MassDOT billboards in 50 locations across the Bay State will feature the computer rendition of the child found in a plastic bag on Deer Island last month.
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The girl is estimated to have been about 4 years old with brown hair, brown eyes, standing three feet tall and weighed about 30 lbs.
A woman walking her dog one afternoon found her remains.
Despite the rapid and vast responses from coast to coast, information is frighteningly sparse. Authorities released the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s rendition of her portrait at a press conference on Thursday.
They also released pictures of the blanket and her polka-dotted leggings, all found with her in a plastic industrial sized garbage bag.
Anyone with information on the girl’s identity may text the word GIRL followed by their tip to the number 67283.
The text-a-tip line is completely anonymous and does not provide authorities with any information about the tipster.
A phone line is also available at 617-396-5655.
All tips will go directly to the Suffolk County State Police Detective Unit, which is investigating the little girl’s death.