The search for information and clues into the identity of a little girl found dead off the Massachusetts coast continues as the district attorney and investigators are trying to appeal to people's consciences.
Authorities are continuing to hope a computer-generated picture jogs someone's memory or pulls at someone's heartstrings hard enough that they come forward with information on who the girl is and how and why she ended up dead on Deer Island Beach.
More than 45 million people have seen the image of the four-year-old girl, but investigators still haven't been able to figure out who she is.
The image and also pictures of the black-and-white polkadot leggings the girl was wearing when she was found and also a zebra print blanket found with the girl in the industrial style bag she was found in on Deer Island have all been released with the hopes somebody recognizes something.
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District Attorney Dan Conley said, "We received, as I'm sure you can imagine, many, many leads and have followed up with those leads to a great and considerable extent. Twenty of those sent us on well-being checks to assess the condition of young women people believe may have been an interest to us."
All of those checks checked out.
State police say anyone with information will have their identity protected.