PHOTO: Chicago Police Sketch of Dismembered Toddler Found in Park Lagoon

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Chicago Police released this sketch of a toddler found dismembered in a lagoon in a park. (Chicago Police Department)

Chicago Police have released a sketch of a toddler whose dismembered remains were found in a lagoon at Garfield Park on Saturday in hopes that someone will help them identify the child.

Police said they believe the child was African-American or bi-racial and between the ages of 2 and 3, the Chicago Tribune reports. Several body parts investigators believe belong to one victim were found in the pond. Police also said they believe the child was male.

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Police officers search along the shoreline of the lagoon in Garfield Park for evidence. (Getty)

The child’s remains were found after a passerby reported seeing a foot in the water, the Tribune reports. Investigators were still searching the pond on Thursday. Divers have been in the water, which is being drained in some areas.