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Remains of newborn found in Heathrow Park
Police say a city worker made the discovery at about 9:20 a.m. today
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Police say that the remains found in Heathrow Park this morning are that of a baby. 

City workers made the gruesome discovery as they were cleaning out a drain at about 9:20 a.m. The park is in the area of Jane St and Wilson Ave. 

Det Nick Nei says that given only the lower parts of the body were found, they are unable to determine the gender or ethnicity of the infant.

He adds that the remains may be a couple of weeks old. 

Police also say that it is unknown where the remains originated as the drain where they were found flows from various side streets in the area. 

Police are asking anyone with information to contact them. 

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Police say that the remains found in Heathrow Park this morning are that of a baby. 

City workers made the gruesome discovery as they were cleaning out a drain at about 9:20 a.m. The park is in the area of Jane St and Wilson Ave. 

Det Nick Nei says that given only the lower parts of the body were found, they are unable to determine the gender or ethnicity of the infant.

He adds that the remains may be a couple of weeks old. 

Police also say that it is unknown where the remains originated as the drain where they were found flows from various side streets in the area. 

Police are asking anyone with information to contact them. 

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