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THE Montego Bay police yesterday expressed thanks to the “gracious actions of good citizens who contacted them, resulting in the stolen three-week-old baby girl being found in Greens district, Norwood, St. James”.

Police reported that about 11:00 am officers got information and went to premises in the community where the suspect – a 26-year-old bartender – was seen with the baby. She was subsequently taken into custody along with her boyfriend who was also at the house.

The baby, police said last night, was being medically examined.

In a press release earlier in the day, the Montego Bay police said it was seeking the assistance of the public in locating a missing baby girl and a woman suspected of stealing her from the parking lot of the Cornwall Regional Hospital on Friday.

Police described the suspect as having a brown complexion, medium build and about 168 centimetres (5 feet 6 inches) tall. She was wearing a wig and a multi-coloured dress, information apparently obtained from CCTV recordings.

The mother of the child was at the facility for an appointment when she was allegedly befriended by the suspect. About 1:50 pm, they both left the pharmacy at the hospital and ventured into the parking lot. The child’s mother reportedly left the baby in the care of the suspect to use the restroom and on her return, neither her child nor the woman was seen. The police were summoned and an investigation commenced.

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