A computer rendering of the unidentified infant boy who was found dead in Melton Hill Lake in 2020 has been made public in the hopes that it would encourage people to provide information that may assist with the investigation into his death.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) has made public the photograph of the young child who has become known by the nickname “Baby Wyatt.” During the month of March in the year 2020, he was discovered drifting along the banks close to where Melton Lake Drive and Edgemoor Road are located in Oak Ridge.
According to the authorities, he was covered with a black plaid blouse with long sleeves that had become entangled on a rock. The authorities believe that he may have fallen from a bridge in the area. According to the officials, his umbilical cord was still tied to him.
According to Lauren Gray, a city spokeswoman, the ORPD is cooperating with NCMEC. Gray stated to WBIR that although there have been no recent developments in the Wyatt case, the investigation into his death is still regarded to be “active.”
Othram in The Woodlands, Texas, has already figured out the identity of several previously unidentified people found in East Tennessee by using genetic sleuthing. These people were located in East Tennessee. In addition to the case of Baby Wyatt, they are currently working on the case of a naked lady who was discovered in Melton Hill Lake in March of 2000.
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You can contact the Oak Ridge Police Department at (865) 425-4399 or the NCMEC at (800) THE-LOST if you have any information regarding Baby Wyatt. You can also email the Oak Ridge Police Department with tips at [email protected].
Nobody has laid claim to him yet. Police in Oak Ridge are continuing their investigation, and a laboratory in Texas called Othram is conducting research and genetic testing in an effort to identify the suspect.
When he was located, the infant had been dead for fewer than 24 hours, despite the fact that he had just been delivered. According to NCMEC, it was estimated that he was roughly 34 weeks along in his pregnancy. According to the poster that was distributed by NCMEC, the child had jet-black hair that was extremely fine and abundantly wavy.
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