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Mother of dead girl found on Seaford beach in Melbourne, not yet identified

Mystery deepens the surrounding newborn girl found dead on a beach next to the placenta, as it turns out the police have no idea who the mother is – and they haven’t ruled out cheating

  • The dead baby’s body was discovered on Seaford Beach on April 8 at 4:30 PM
  • Victoria Police are still unsure of the mother’s identity and what led to the tragic death
  • Homicide squad investigating whether the baby had an unwanted pregnancy
  • The police have serious concerns about the mother’s well-being and are asking her to come forward

The mother of a newborn girl found dead on a beach next to her placenta is yet to be found.

The baby’s body was discovered on a Seaford beach adjacent to Nepean Highway in Melbourne on April 8 at 4:30 PM.

Victoria Police do not know the identity of the mother or what led to the tragic death of the child.

The baby's body was discovered on a Seaford beach adjacent to Nepean Highway on April 8 at 4:30 PM in Melbourne

The baby’s body was discovered on a Seaford beach adjacent to Nepean Highway on April 8 at 4:30 PM in Melbourne

The area had been cordoned off when the police investigation started and the SES led a search hoping to find clues

The area had been cordoned off when the police investigation started and the SES led a search hoping to find clues

The area had been cordoned off when the police investigation started and the SES led a search hoping to find clues

Murder murderers are investigating whether the baby has had an unwanted pregnancy and should not rule out cheating yet Herald Sun. reported.

The cause of the child’s death is still unknown.

A passerby found the baby’s body together with the umbilical cord, her placenta and a toy.

The area had been cordoned off when the police investigation started and the SES led a search hoping to find clues.

After forensic examination, it is believed that the baby was dumped on the beach between 7am and 5pm two days before it was found.

The police are calling on the mother to contact her because she is deeply concerned about her health and well-being.

The beach is decorated with toys, flowers and messages of love and heartbreak as the community searches for answers.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.

The beach is decorated with toys, flowers and messages of love and heartbreak as the community searches for answers

The beach is decorated with toys, flowers and messages of love and heartbreak as the community searches for answers

The beach is decorated with toys, flowers and messages of love and heartbreak as the community searches for answers

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