Crews are still searching for an Orlando newborn who has been missing since Monday.

Orlando Police said a human placenta was found at the Willow Bend Apartment Complex on Silver Star Road. Crews are now searching the area in hopes of finding Baby Willow.

Dive teams searched a retention pond that sits near the complex on Friday. On Saturday, crews started to drain the pond. They will continue to drain the pond until Sunday.

“We looked over there and I said 'What is that?' and walked over there and said 'Wow someone just had a baby over here,' ” said Odanell Lewis, who lives in the apartment complex.

Police believe 30-year-old Susan Richardson had the baby in the parking lot of the apartment complex. They also discovered a trail of blood that led to her home.

Lewis and others who live in the apartment complex say they hope the baby is still alive.

On Saturday, friends and family left teddy bears and balloons near the entrance to the apartment complex.

Lewis said Richardson didn’t live in the apartment complex, but would walk around asking people for money.

“Several times she would walk through here going towards the 7-11 and several times me and my husband gave her a few dollars,” said Lewis.

The 7-11 is not far from the retention pond where crews are searching.

Richardson was arrested and charged with neglect and unlawful abandonment. She remains in custody at the Orange County Jail.