Detectives investigating the unlawful killing of a baby girl whose body was found dumped in a carrier bag on a river bank have received many offers of money to put towards the cost of a burial.
A senior officer involved in the inquiry said the tragedy of baby Lilly's death had touched people's hearts, but that she deserved to be laid to rest by her family.
Detective Chief Inspector Adrian Pearson, from Warwickshire Police, said he was convinced somebody had suspicions about who Lilly's mother was, and urged them to come forward.
The new-born, who suffered a fractured skull and collar bone shortly after birth, was found dumped on the banks of the River Alne, near Aston Cantlow, on the evening of May 11.
Her body was found inside a Tesco carrier bag, which was concealed inside a Mothercare bag, with four bloodstained tea towels and a pair of women's pyjama bottoms.
Mr Pearson said: "This is a very important investigation, and it is of real concern to the whole community.
"The incident room has received many offers of financial assistance toward the proper burial of Lilly. The tragedy of all this has really touched people's hearts.
"But I would much rather that Lilly's family were able to bury her, she deserves that."
Mr Pearson urged anyone with any information about the tragedy to contact police as soon as possible.