Residents held a vigil and paid tribute to the new born baby found dead in Rossington

Candles were lit, and flowers and teddies were laid when Rossington residents turned out to a vigil in memory of the new-born baby who was found dead last week.

Tributes were also made via Facebook, Linda Maloney said: “Well done to the people of Rossington for showing love and respect for this little baby.”

Rebecca Louise said: “I’m so sorry I couldn’t get down tonight but rip little one may all the other angels keep you safe up there.”

And Angela Tate added: “I'm a rossington lass but movd away many years ago thank you proud of you all.”

The vigil took place at the weekend

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Two women are bailed as investigation into death of baby in Doncaster continues

Two women, aged 17 and 45, who were arrested on suspicion of murder have been bailed as the investigation into the death of the newborn baby found deceased remains ongoing.

Officers were called at 12.15pm on December 16, after the body of the newborn was found at Norman Crescent. Officers attended alongside the ambulance service. Sadly, the baby was pronounced deceased at the scene.

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