06/04/2013 02:00 EDT | Updated 08/04/2013 05:12 EDT

Police find remains of newborn in Cambridge

Toronto police have announced they have recovered the body of a baby girl in Cambridge, Ont., who investigators believe is the daughter of a Toronto woman who has already been charged with first-degree murder.

- Woman charged, Toronto police search for dead newborn.

On May 23, police were called to a local hospital where Angelica Spanidis, 25, had given birth, but said she didn't know where her baby was. Police were called in and started a search for the infant.

Const. Wendy Drummond of the Toronto Police Service says executives from Oasis clothing bank provided information which led to Toronto and Waterloo Regional Police to a tractor trailer at a Cambridge storage facility.

“It is believed that the remains are those of the victim in this homicide investigation,” said Drummond on Tuesday.

“A post-mortem examination was conducted, however the results are not being released at this time.”