An Indianapolis baby's death on the west side is being investigated as a homicide

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Indianapolis police are investigating an infant’s death as a homicide after detectives say the baby had injuries that they don't believe were accidental.

Police found 2-month-old girl Kamoura Sutton unresponsive Thursday in a west-side apartment. Emergency medical personnel took the baby to Riley Hospital for Children, where she died shortly after arriving.

The baby's cause of death was blunt force traumatic injuries. Her death was ruled a homicide by the Marion County Coroner's Office.

Child abuse detectives were called to the apartment, in the 600 block of Magdalene Lane, to investigate. Police said their early investigation shows the baby died from “non-accidental trauma.”

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Police have not announced any arrests in the case as of Monday afternoon.

Anyone with information about the baby’s death is asked to contact Detective Stephen Guynn at the department’s Child Abuse Office by calling 317-327-6875 or by emailing stephen.guynnjr@indy.gov.

Anonymous tips can also be made at Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 317-262-8477 or via www.CrimeTips.org.

Contact Sarah Nelson at sarah.nelson@indystar.com or 317-503-7514.

This article originally appeared on Indianapolis Star: Indianapolis crime: baby Kamoura Sutton dies of blunt force injuries