Police search for woman who may have left baby at Tucson airport
TUCSON, Ariz. — Authorities have released photos and video of a woman who may have left a newborn infant at Tucson International Airport last month.
Tucson Airport Authority officials said investigators still are trying to identify the woman, who may be the baby boy’s mother.
An airport employee found the child Jan. 14 abandoned in a restroom near the rental car counters.
Authorities said the infant was lying on a changing table and had been cleaned and wrapped up after being born.
They said the baby is healthy and remains in the care of the Arizona Department of Child Safety.
TAA officials said the woman possibly gave birth in a Concourse B restroom, then took the baby to a family bathroom in the baggage claim area to clean up before abandoning the child.
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