A North Carolina sheriff wants to renew interest in the death of an infant boy.
Cumberland County Sheriff Earl Butler and his staff on Monday will lay a wreath at the grave of the baby whose body was discovered along a roadside a decade ago.
It's hoped the graveside service at a church in Linden stirs memories about the case. Authorities want someone to come forward with information about the boy given the name Baby Michael.
The child was less than a day old when his body was found in March 1999. He died from severe blunt force trauma.
A reward for information is being offered in the case.
Authorities say the boy was born to a white woman, but neither the mother nor the father have been identified.
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