Police in Samoa are no closer to finding who was behind the apparent dumping of a baby in Apia Harbour.
An assistant police commissioner, Papali'itele Leo Taeu, says appeals on the television and radio for assistance from the public have so far been fruitless.
The partially-decomposed baby was found floating at sea early last week by a dingy crew near the Fish Market at Savalolo.
Papali'itele says a large team of detectives is working on the case but little is known at this point.
"We are yet to receive a post mortem report from the pathologist, but so far we do not have any lead towards the investigation so far."
The police have said that it's likely the five and a half pound baby, who was several days old when found, was deliberately abandoned.