PHOENIX, Arizona -- A nearly 24-year-old mystery involving a baby has finally been solved.
Aleacia Stancil was 9-months-old when she disappeared in Arizona in 1994.
Her mother was a drug user and prostitute and said she gave her daughter to a friend for a few days to clear her head.
The baby disappeared and the mom was murdered that same year.
Then in 2014, Stancil showed up at a hospital in Connecticut with no identification. She was given a DNA test, and the results came back showing that she was the missing baby from 1994.
Stancil was adopted and now goes by a different name. She is now reconnecting with her family.
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