$10,000 Reward offered in Baby June case

$10,000 Reward offered in Baby June case

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-- Sheriff Ric Bradshaw has announced a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of those responsible for the death of a baby found floating off of the Boynton Beach Inlet.

Speaking on social media the sheriff said the case of 'Baby June' has struck a nerve with him. "It's incomprehensible to me that people out there that have information about this case have not come forward," he said.

Investigators think the baby could have floated to Palm Beach County from Broward.

"You know out there who you are. You know you have this information. And I expect you to come forward and if it takes $10,000 to solve it, so be it," the sheriff said.

Detectives believe the baby was born sometime between May 25 and May 28 and could have been born with a midwife, private birthing center or a hospital.

The newborn was either mixed race, black or Hispanic.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is asking Broward residents who might have information to call Call Detective C. Hamilton 561.688.4155 or email Hamiltonc@pbso.org.

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