The Pierce County Sheriff's Office is releasing photos of three babies they are trying to identify and get in touch with their mothers.

The photos were acquired through the agency's investigation into Juliette Parker, the woman who allegedly posed as a baby photographer and drugged a woman in an elaborate plot to steal a newborn.

The photos are blurry, but they're the only photos detectives have that could help them reach the baby's mothers, who may be witnesses in the investigation, officials said Thursday. 

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If you recognized any of the babies or have any information about the investigation, contact the Pierce County Sheriff's Office. 

Parker was no longer in the Pierce County Jail as of Thursday afternoon.

Parker appeared in a Pierce County courtroom Tuesday and pleaded not guilty to charges of assault and attempted kidnapping. 

Her bail was set at $150,000 and ordered to have no contact with her teenage daughter, who is also accused for her part in the elaborate plot. Parker, who police say has ties to Texas and Colorado, is banned from traveling out of the area.

Parker is expected to be back in court on March 3 for a pre-trial conference.

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