HICKORY, N.C. - Next month, a new tribute to Zahra Baker will be unveiled in Hickory.
Channel 9’s partners at the Hickory Daily Record told Eyewitness News a sculpture will be moved to Kiwanis Park, near the Zahra Baker All Children's playground.
Investigators found the 10-year-old's remains scattered in Caldwell County in 2010. Her stepmother is serving 18 years in prison for her murder.
The sculpture features pinwheels -- a symbol for child abuse awareness.
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