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    CT - Fairfield, 'Baby Victor', newborn, at Lake Mohegan, Mar'86

    Is he on the Doe Network or Namus? I don't see him.

    http://www.aol.com/video/searching-f...6pLid%3D265635
    Last edited by CarlK90245; 04-08-2013 at 11:56 PM.
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    Is he unidentified or still unidentified?




    http://www.fairfieldcitizenonline.co...ay-1072220.php
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    http://www.angelfire.com/ct3/unsolvedct/


    Police Hope to Solve Murder of Unidentified Baby

    The Fairfield Police Department call him “Victor”, but in reality they don’t know his name. The newborn was found murdered on March 14, 1986 in the Lake Mohegan land owned by the town of Fairfield. He had been suffocated and had his jaw broken. The body was found in such a way, that Police believe the killer(s) wanted it to be discovered. There was also evidence that the killing and burial may have been a ritual of somesort. The newborn was wrapped in a pair of adult pajamas. His body was surrounded by pieces of fruit, coins, food and other objects that suggested some sort of unusual religious custom. Fairfield Police believe it could be related to Santeria or a religion similar to it.
    In 2011, Police announced a possible breakthrough in the case. There was evidence that a baby was born in a bathroom stall at an old a red brick building that housed a bank data-processing center located in the Kings Highway/Black Rock Turnpike traffic circle; hours before the discovery of Baby Victor’s body The building has since been torn down and was replaced by a Sym's clothing store. Police believe that someone working there at the time may know who had given birth in the stall. It is possible that the baby was the one found dead in Lake Mohegan.

    The State of Connecticut has a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrests of individuals involved in the unsolved murder of baby Victor. If you have any information please call the Detective Division at the Fairfield Police Department at 203-254-4840. All calls will be kept confidential. You can also leave a tip online at www.tipsoft.com.
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    Is this little one still unidentified? What's going on with his case?
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    I saw a link to this poor baby on here: http://www.ct.gov/csao/cwp/view.asp?a=1798&q=291462 However all the links on that page are broken (at least on the device I'm using -- it comes up as "Custom Webpage") I'm really surprised he's not in NamUs.



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