An infant without vital signs was brought to a hospital in northern Ontario, according to Ontario Provincial Police. Police were called to Lady Dunn Health Centre in Wawa shortly before 7:00 pm Dec. 2 after family members brought the baby in. The infant’s age and gender have not yet been released. Police say an autopsy was conducted on December 5 in Toronto. The cause of death has yet to be determined.
The investigation is still in its preliminary stages and further information will be released as it becomes available. The Ontario Provincial Police criminal investigation branch (OPP) is in charge of the case, which is being co-ordinated by the Superior East criminal investigation unit (CIB), forensic identification services (FIS), office of chief coroner (OC coroner) and Ontario forensic pathology service (OPPS).
If you have any information regarding this investigation, please contact the Ontario Provincial Police Superior East detachment at (1-888) 310-1122. If you would like to remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers, you can do so at (1-800) 222-TIPS (TIPS).