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Police Find Abandoned Baby's Mother PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Erik Bilstad and Melanie Stout   

MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee Police have found the mother of a newborn baby abandoned on a car, but say state law prevents them from releasing any more information at this time.

The baby girl, found in a diaper bag on the city's northwest side, is healthy and said to be doing well.  Police believe the girl is between two and five days old.

The infant was found at 8am Monday morning near N. 60th and W. Hope.  A homeowner found the bag on the trunk of his car.  He assumed someone had dropped off clothes for his grand baby.  He put the bag on the ground and told his wife to check it later.

An hour and a half later, Vivian Peterson picked up the bag and moved a blanket.  She saw what she thought was a doll, then it blinked.

"I started crying tears, cause it was kinda sad.  Like I said, at first I thought it was a doll.  But when I saw it was a real baby, I was like Ooh."

Authorities released her picture and had asked for anyone with information to call at 414-935-7405.

Pictures released by police:
Click Here to see a larger picture of the baby.
Click Here to see a picture of the bag the baby was found in.
Click Here to see a picture of the baby's blanket.

Milwaukee Police Inspector Daryl Winston is reminding people of the state's safe haven law.  The law allows anyone to surrender an infant within 72 hours of its birth.  You can drop the baby off at a hospital, police or fire station or a sheriff's office.  Click Here for more information.


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