FAIRFIELD, Maine — Maine State Police continue to investigate the remains of a full-term baby boy discovered Monday in Fairfield, Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland said.

The infant’s parents have been interviewed by police and are cooperating, McCausland said. The Bangor Daily News is not naming the parents because they have not been charged with a crime.

The baby was found on Monday in a garage at the couple’s mobile home along Route 139.

The couple’s 3-year-old daughter is now staying with other relatives, McCausland said. The body has been examined by the state medical examiner’s office, and additional testing will take place.

Evidence gathering at the scene is expected to be completed Wednesday night.

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