Items found near dead newborn Arkansas twins could help identify person responsible
WMC

By Brix Fowler, WMC

CROSS COUNTY, Ark. -- (WMC) -- Some items found at the place twin babies were found dead may help investigators identify and find the person responsible for their deaths.

Three items found at the same place the children's bodies were found may assist deputies with finding the mother: red Polo pants with elastic waistband, a purple Hi-Pak suitcase with a semi-hard top, and an orange bag with "Tigers 3" embroidered on the side.

"I have always walked along this road and said I'm going to look down in a ditch and find a body floating," Margaret Scott said.

Scott lives along County Road 602 in Wynne, Arkansas. Last month that feeling became a reality when the Cross County Sheriff's Office discovered the bodies of infant twins in a suitcase in a ditch just feet from her home.

"We have seen dead animals, dead deer, but not a dead baby," she said.

Scott said perhaps the saddest part about the brutal crime was that it didn't have to happen. Almost anyone who lives nearby, she said, would've taken care of the babies.

"Why not put them on my porch? They know me. I'll take any baby," she said.

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