BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – The Boulder County coroner’s office has released its findings in the death of an unborn baby that was cut from a Longmont woman’s womb.

Coroner Emma Hall said Wednesday that the cause of death was “fetal demise” associated with attempted abduction by Caesarian section. The office did not list a manner of death because the case is considered a fetal demise.

Dynel Lane (credit: Longmont Police)

Dynel Lane (credit: Longmont Police)

Dynel Lane is charged with attacking Michelle Wilkins and removing her 8-month-old fetus after Wilkins responded to a Craigslist ad for baby clothes March 18. Wilkins survived the attack.

Because prosecutors say there is no evidence the baby lived outside the womb, Lane was charged with unlawful termination of a pregnancy. Colorado does not have a fetal homicide law.

Lane is charged with attempted murder for the attack on Wilkins.

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