Police identify remains of missing girl, arrest father


              Opelika Police Chief Shane Healey, center, Sgt. Alfred White, left, and Capt. Johnathan Clifton address the media and community at a press conference at the Opelika Police Department Thursday, Jan. 19, in Opelika, Ala., regarding the Baby Jane Doe case .Since 2012, the remains of the small child found behind a mobile home in Alabama were known only as “Baby Jane Doe.” On Thursday, police announced that they have identified the girl as Amore Joveah Wiggins and arrested her father as a suspect in her death. (Adam Sparks/Opelika-Auburn News via AP)
            
              This image shows a facial reconstruction created by a forensic artist at the National Center for Missing Exploited Children of "Baby Jane Doe" in Opelika, Ala. The remains of the child were found behind a mobile home in 2012. Opelika police announced on Jan. 19, 2023 that they used genetic genealogy to identify the girl as Amore Wiggins and have arrested a man they identified as her father. (Courtesy of the National Center for Missing Exploited Children)
Police identify remains of missing girl, arrest father