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No DNA matches in North Bend dead baby case

No DNA matches in North Bend dead baby case
SEATTLE - A state crime lab has developed DNA profiles of a man and woman off of evidence from towels found with the body of a dead newborn baby in February near North Bend.

King County sheriff's Sgt. DB Gates says those profiles do not match the DNA of anyone on file, but they could help if suspects are identified.

Investigators are still hoping to hear from anyone who recognizes the towels found with the baby girl.

One is a faded Target brand black bath towel with a pattern of squares on one side and rectangles on the other. The other is a Chick Pea brand burping towel.

The newborn found Feb. 12 by the side of a road was called Baby Kimball Doe after a nearby bridge.

The baby was full term and the umbilical cord still attached.
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