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Update: New Details to Be Released in Baby Kate Investigation

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It's been nearly two years since Baby Kate vanished in Mason County.

Her father is in prison for his role in her disappearance, but still questions remain about what really happened to the baby.

Tomorrow, police plan to release information related to how the investigation is still going on.

Baby Katherine Phillips was just 4 months old when she went missing in June of 2011 in Ludington.

Her mother, Ariel Courtland, and father, Sean Phillips, had been arguing over custody issues that day.

Phillips was eventually arrested and later found guilty of unlawful imprisonment of the baby.

A year after Baby Kate vanished, Sean was sentenced to prison for ten years.

Police all along have said they believe the baby is dead, but her body has never been found.

We will be in Ludington for tomorrow morning's press conference and will bring you more on 9&10 News at Noon.

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