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Who is #MALIBU BABY DOE? Help us find out her identity! #CrimeWatchDaily

The unsolved mystery of Baby Jane Doe is one that Los Angeles County Sheriff's Cold Case Investigator Paul Mondry can't shake. A tiny girl, around 2 years old, washed up on the pristine beaches of Malibu, California 20 years ago, found by tourists strolling along the sand. Even though the tiny body was decomposed, her remains offered some clues to investigators, who would not give up on her case. Her skeletal remains offer even more clues. "There was a subdural hematoma which would be consistent with shaken infant trauma," said Mondry. And a condition called BPD that sadly may have made her a challenging child to care for. http://crimewatchdaily.com/2016/06/03/malibu-baby-doe-investigators-seek-info-in-troubling-cold-case/

Who is #MALIBU BABY DOE?  Help us find out her identity! #CrimeWatchDaily
Kimster, Jun 23, 2016