Police seek help after couple dumps baby at SOS Children’s home in Shauderville

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Police seek help after couple dumps baby at SOS Children’s home in Shauderville

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Port Elizabeth

Feb 15, 2019The Port Elizabeth Family Violence Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit (FCS) is urgently seeking the community’s assistance in tracing the parents of a baby boy, who was left at the SOS Children’s home in Shauderville, Port Elizabeth, on Thursday.According to police information, a couple went to the Children’s home, at about 09:30 on Thursday, and informed staff that they had found the child crying at the back of a house in Jacksonville.”When asked for more details, the woman (suspected to be in her 30’s) shoved the baby into the arms of the staff member and the couple rushed out,” said police spokesperson, Col Priscilla Naidu.”They also left two bags of the child’s clothing and baby bottles behind.”Baby now at a place of safety in Port ElizabethShe said that the child is now in a safe haven and a case of child abandonment is under investigation.”The child is about 4 months old,” Col Naidu said.”Police is appealing to anyone who may know recognise the child or his parents to urgently contact them – the investigating officer is D/Sgt Kelibone Mokhatla and her number is 071 475 2327 or their nearest police station.”Follow more RNEWS articles, subscribe to our YouTube channel and for breaking news LIKE us on Facebook. For news on the Western Cape click here.

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