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This Woman Stole A 4-Day-Old Baby From A Bengaluru Hospital, Help Police To Find Her

The Logical Indian

October 5th, 2015

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bowring_0Image: Left: Woman seen walking with the baby, Right: Close up of the baby
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The CCTV footage from the government-run Bowring Hospital in Bengaluru released by the police shows a woman in burqa walking away with a 4-day old baby on Sunday.

The mother, Farida delivered the baby at 4pm on Thursday in the hospital. However, the infant had to be shifted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) as it was not breathing well.

On Sunday, Farida was called to feed her son. Farida’s sister, Salma had left to the pharmacy to buy medicines. Farida met the woman who claimed to have come to the hospital with one of her relatives. She gave the woman the baby as she wanted to hold the baby for a while.

bowring4The woman seen walking around in the hospital at 12:30pm before she met Farida

Farida left the baby with the woman as she wanted to used the restroom. But, when she returned, her baby and the woman were missing. She looked at the nearby wards, but did not find the woman.

bowring-5Ten minutes after the woman is seen walking out with the baby
She alerted her husband Syed Mujid, who is an autorickshaw driver.
bowringNobody in the hospital doubted or stopped the woman.

“We have obtained the footage but the video is not clear. Its quality is being enhanced. There are other clues we are working on, and will nab the woman. She had come prepared to steal a baby by covering herself in a burqa,” said a senior police officer.

bowring-6Ten minutes after the woman is seen walking out with the baby

The hospital authorities confirmed that he had not come for any treatment and suspect him to be an accomplice.

bowring-2Woman seen outside the hospital. She is hiding the baby under her burqa.

Within two minutes the woman made her way out of the hospital with the baby. Contact Bengaluru Police, if you have any info. related to it or you can identify her.

Originally published on TheNewsMinute

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