One of the world's largest outdoor advertising companies has donated space on multiple electronic billboards to help in the push to identify the remains of a toddler found in Winthrop, Massachusetts, in June.
Clear Channel Outdoor has donated space in multiple locations across the state, including Boston, Peabody and Danvers.
The girl, called "Baby Doe" by authorities, was found dead on Deer Island June 25, wearing leggings with white and black polka dots. A black and white zebra-stripe blanket was also found with the child's body.
Since the girl's body was discovered, investigators have released a computer generated image of what they think the 4-year-old may have looked like.
Police thank the public for their continued interest and ask anyone with information to text GIRL to 67283 or call the tip line at 617-396-5655.
"Baby Doe" will be buried as anonymous if no one comes forward.