Discussion in 'The Unidentified' started by Cubby, Jan 9, 2011.
Now that DNA testing is more sophisticated, I wonder if the DNA for Baby Faith and Baby Hope can be re-tested. Maybe there is a connection between these two infants.
Around 5:30 pm on August 24, 1996, two young Fort Collins boys who were wading along the shoreline of Horsetooth Reservoir at the north end of Dixon Dam found a plastic bag floating under the surface. They soon discovered it contained the body of a newborn baby and authorities were called to the scene.
Further in the article, it says that "plans are underway to resubmit evidence for DNA analysis in the event that modern DNA analysis and comparisons with national databases may aid in the identification of both girls."
Two newborn baby girls found dead in Fort Collins and Pueblo were not identical twins, authorities said test results show.
DNA tests conducted by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation ruled out the possibility the babies were identical twins, officials said Tuesday.
Investigators said additional tests will be conducted to determine whether the infants, posthumously named Baby Faith and Baby Hope, could be fraternal twins.
Now this case is also in Namus
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