These are the clues police have to investigate the death of a baby dumped in bag outside a Leeds church

These are the clues West Yorkshire Police have to try to piece together to work out what happened to a newborn baby which died after being left outside a church in a Tesco bag.

Thursday, 22nd November 2018, 3:10 pm
Updated Thursday, 22nd November 2018, 3:19 pm
The tragedy happened in November 2016 and the mum still hasn't been found

The shocking incident broke the hearts of the Bramley community in November 2016 and two years on police are still trying to work out what happened and track down the mother. Do you recognise these clues?

This is a mens white 15-inch collar Dunnes shirt that the baby was found wrapped in. Forensic examination of the shirt indicates it was being regularly worn by a female.
The baby was also wrapped in this towel inside the carrier bag. Do you recognise it?
The message reads 'It's What's Inside That Counts'. Police asked if anyone saw someone in that road carrying the bag on the evening of November 22 2016 or the morning of November 23 2016

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The bag with the baby inside was found here in Bramley. The vicar discovered it at 9am on November 23. It's not known if the baby was left there the night before or early that morning
Candlelit vigils and tributes were held for the baby, which still hasn't been buried because the mother was never found