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Renewed appeal for information on baby found dead at Bray recycling plant

The baby, named Alannah, was found in the Greenstar recycling facility in Bray in May.

The scene in Bray in May.
The scene in Bray in May.
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GARDAÍ HAVE RENEWED their appeal for information related to the body of a baby found at a Bray recycling plant.

The baby, named Alannah, was found in the Greenstar recycling facility in Bray in May. She was buried near the Wicklow town a week later.

The baby girl was discovered by a member of staff while working in the recycling centre.

Superintendent Pat Ward, who is in charge of the investigation today made another appeal to the public as three months has passed since the discovery of the body.

“Three months have passed since the discovery of baby Alannah. I am concerned for the welfare of baby Alannah’s mum.

She is most likely in an anxious state of mind and in need of medical assistance. I appeal to mum to immediately seek medical treatment. Myself or Sergeant Sorcha Fitzpatrick are available at Bray Garda Station to provide assistance to mum and dad.

“We will handle any contact discreetly and sensitively”.

Superintendent Ward issued a further appeal to anyone who may have any information, however small, that can assist in establishing the circumstances leading to the discovery of baby Alannah to contact the gardai at Bray Garda Station on 01- 6665300, the Garda confidential telephone line 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.

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