Police seek mother of abandoned baby
Global TV Network, Saturday, May 21, 2005, The National Post, May 24, 2005
TORONTO -- Police in Toronto are looking for the mother of a newborn found abandoned in a church parking lot this morning.
The baby girl was found in a cardboard box outside the Scarborough Chinese Alliance Church in the city's east end.
Detective Dave Woodhouse says the infant was found by a man using the empty lot to operate his remote-control model car.
Police say the seven-pound baby girl, now in the care of the Children's Aid Society, is in good health.
Police say they're worried about the mother's condition and are asking the public's help in finding her.
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