SOUTH BERWICK, Maine (AP) -- Maine State Police say they've received several dozen more tips overnight, but none have led to the identity of a boy whose body was found over the weekend in South Berwick.
Investigators have pleaded to the public for help in identifying the boy, whose body was found Saturday alongside a dirt road.
Maine Public Safety Department spokesman Steve McCausland says the police command post has been moved from South Berwick to the state police barracks in Alfred where detectives continue to investigate new leads.
The boy, believed to be between 4 and 6 years old, was wearing a gray camouflage hoodie, tan pants and black "Lightning McQueen" sneakers. He had blue eyes and dirty blond hair. The death is classified as suspicious; autopsy results have not been released.
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