HONOLULU Police in Hawaii are asking for the public's help after a child's fingers were found in a dumpster behind a low-income housing complex, KHON reports.
A woman found the fingers last month in a plastic bag behind the Kukui Gardens Housing Complex in Liliha.
Tests determined the fingers belonged to a child, and sources say they suspect the child is a female between two-and-a-half and four years old. Police aren't sure how long the fingers had been in the dumpster.
"I have not seen anything in my 25 years ... like this," Sgt. Kim Buffett with Honolulu CrimeStoppers said.


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