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Arlington police are still investigating to find out who is on the left of the new-born infant.
“A beautiful baby boy that was found in a suitcase near a dumpster in Texas on Saturday, and police have released pictures of the bag, in the hopes that someone will recognize you, to the provision of information in order to help them find the mother of the child.
The baby, who is nicknamed “the Baby, Jason,” I was found in an Arlington apartment complex on Saturday morning. The local police department to respond to the “terrible call” and it will be transported-hour-old baby to a hospital.
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On Tuesday, the Arlington Police Department posted photos of the bags and other items to social media sites, in the hope that someone will recognize these items and have come to the fore.” The box is small and black and has a purple stain at the top edge of the bag with a combination lock on the handle to open it. The words, “Ping Chong,” are inscribed on it and the interior is a brown and yellow print.
The baby was wrapped in a leopard-print blanket in addition to a red and pink paisley shawl.
This. Morgan, Speer, told KDFW that the items are “still being processed by a crime scene,” and said that blood was found in the trunk. Cain said investigators are trying to see if they can pull some fingerprints, or stuff like that out as well.”
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The baby had been born just a few hours before they are to be found, and it was a four-to-six weeks premature, the news outlet reported. The umbilical cord was still attached, and the young man was cold and suffering from low oxygen levels.
One-hour-old baby was found in this suitcase outside of an Arlington, Texas, apartment complex dumpster on a Saturday morning, officials said.
(Arlington Police Department)
The woman heard the child crying “and opened the trunk and at that moment, she saw a beautiful baby boy, who is unresponsive and in life,” Cain said.
The detective added that in most cases, the maintenance and clean-up at the Arlington apartment complex to put all of it in the trash compactor in the morning, and the window. However, on Saturday morning, the man who was responsible for that, it was too late for that to work, “and so it was, that didn’t happen.”
“Once again, it’s talking about how blessed the baby,” she said.
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Authorities are searching for the mother of the child, who is supposed to have dropped off the baby at a hospital, EMS or fire departments, without branches, according to the Texas state Safe Haven laws.
Anyone with information about the baby or the mother is asked to get in touch with the Tarrant County Crime Stoppers at 817-469-8477.