AN INQUEST was being held today into the death of an unidentified baby girl whose body was entombed in a block of concrete.
The child, named Lara by detectives, was found in a free-standing block of concrete in Barepot, near Workington, Cumbria, in September 2002.
A massive police murder hunt was launched to identify the girl and her killers.
Forensic scientists estimate Lara was between four and six months old when she was murdered between 1990 and 1992.
Her remains were found hidden in a block of concrete in a garage.
Despite extensive investigations, the child's ID was never uncovered.
Detectives found a DNA link between Lara and Anne Chadwick, who used to live with her ex-husband Philip only 100 yards from where the body was discovered.
The pair were arrested in January last year and quizzed for 36 hours, but denied any involvement in the child's death.
They were released without charge.
The inquest will be heard by West Cumbria Coroner John Taylor in Workington.