Abanonded baby in a bag "Katy Elder" uses YouTube to find her mum
Not knowing who your parents are would be tough enough but, for "Katy Elder", to know you were left in a bag outside a supermarket must be even harder to deal with.
The sad situation also means of course, that there is no trace at all as to where "Katy" came from.
It was 25 years ago, on March 14 1987, that shop workers at the Chesterfield Co-op got the shock of their lives when they discovered a baby in a canvas bag.
The staff bought the baby, who was just 12 hours old and weighed 5lb and 15oz, into the warm and named her "Katy Elder".
Now called Victoria Vardy – the name her adopted parents gave to her – the once dumped baby has decided it's time to find out who her biological parents are.
The 25-year-old student told The Daily Star: "I've never really bothered about looking for my birth mum before, but I've got to an age where I could have a child of my own and I think about how I would feel.
"I can't imagine a mother can do something like that and not think about it not just at the time but over the years."
Victoria also pleads in her video: "I have absolutely no idea where I came from. Maybe someone out there will see this and rekindle some memories.
"The only way I'm going to find out who my mum and dad are, is by doing something drastic like this."
Victoria, who has a wonderful life with her adopted family, believes she could possibly be from a travelling family.
The only vital clue is a Yorkshire Transport bus ticket, dated 16 January 1987 and for a 10p adult and 5p child fare, that was also in the bag.
Can you help Victoria find what she is looking for? We hope someone can.