The death of #BabyJune has really struck a nerve with me. That's why I am offering a $10,000 reward for anyone with any information that leads to the arrest of those responsible for the death of #BabyJune. Someone has to know something. It's time to come forward. pic.twitter.com/j77k3w7sKB— Sheriff Ric Bradshaw (@RicBradshaw) June 8, 2018
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest in the "Baby June" case.
That's the name that's been given to an infant found in the waters off the Boynton Inlet a week ago. This week, investigators said that it's "very likely" the baby floated north from Broward County before being discovered by an off-duty Boynton Beach firefighter.
She was likely only four to seven days old and likely born in a hospital. There were no obvious signs of trauma on the infant's body, but autopsy results are pending.
Sheriff Ric Bradshaw on Friday posted a short video to Twitter in which he says he will pay $10,000 to anyone who gives them the information that leads to an arrest.
Bradshaw appeared agitated and said "It's incomprehensible to me that people out there that have information about this case have not come forward. You know out there who you are."
Anyone with information should call PBSO Detective Clifton Hamilton at (561) 688-4155.
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