CANTON, Ohio (AP) - Lab officials say they expect D-N-A test results early next week on the newborn girl that was found on a doorstep in Ohio.
Investigators have said that they don't believe the girl is connected to the case of a missing pregnant woman, but say they want to eliminate the possibility.
A doctor has determined the baby was less than 24 hours old when it was found. D-N-A was taken from the baby at a local hospital.
Authorities have been looking for Jessie Davis, who was due to deliver a baby girl early next month. Her mother reported her missing after discovering her two-year-old son alone, a pool of bleach on the floor and her comforter and cell phone missing.