I see this today and it make me so sad.....and make tears in my eyes !!!
I tell you if I ever see anyone hurt baby I will kill them !!!
This baby girl was found dead with bite mark, cigarette burn, holes in her skin !!!
Now the mother and father go to prison and I hope someone kill these pigs !!!
Murder inquiry after girl's death
Leticia died from complications caused by multiple injuries
A murder inquiry has begun after a four-year-old girl died in hospital.
Leticia Wright, from Almondbury Bank, Huddersfield, was being treated at the town's infirmary, where she died in the early hours of Sunday, police said.
A 22-year-old woman, believed to be her mother, was arrested after post-mortem tests found she died from complications caused by multiple injuries.
Det Supt Paul Taylor said they needed to build up a picture of the final months of Leticia's life.
He said the family were originally from Huddersfield but moved away, only to return in August.
"Any murder inquiry is shocking and tragic in its own way, but it just seems so much more unimaginable when the victim is a four-year-old girl," he said.
"I want to know about Leticia and her family since they moved here in August this year. I want to build a picture of the last few months of her life.
"People say she was a happy little girl and the school photo shows she was a beautiful little girl."
Mr Taylor said he was in touch with some members of her immediate family but wanted other relatives, friends and neighbours to come forward.
On Monday afternoon, a lone police officer stood guard outside Leticia's stone end-terrace home while forensic officers continued their work inside.
Neighbour Diane Harrison said she hardly ever saw the little girl leave her home but news of her death had shocked locals.
"I used to see her looking out of her bedroom window and that was it," she said. "She never came out much at all.
"She seemed happy looking through the window but I didn't get to know her at all.
"When the police came on Saturday it was a big shock for everyone around here."