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Abandoned Baby boy - Days old - Houston (SW of Tupelo) MS

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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Thu Oct 14, 2010 3:12 am

Most things left at the back of the Salvation Army are used TVs, old VHS tapes, or unused clothing, but on Tuesday evening someone dropped off an unfortunate first.
"When I came into work today I didn't expect to hear that a baby was left here where we receive our donations at," says Anita Boyd of the Salvation Army. "I was pretty much in shock."
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Boyd said she talked with several people Wednesday, worried about the child.
"A lot of people are concerned about that baby. A lot of people are coming and calling asking about the baby," Boyd added. "They want to know where he is and his welfare, and even about the parents."
Authorities say the baby found right here was in good warm condition, but signs showed it couldn't have be more than a couple of days old.
"It still had after birth on it," says Deputy Adam Harmon of the Chickasaw County Sheriff's Department.
"There was blood up under the neck and ear canal. The hair was matted just a little bit with maybe some afterbirth, so the baby hadn't been cleaned up real well."
Deputy Harmon was one of the first to see the baby after being alerted of it's location by a man bringing a donation.
"When we was dropping the TV off he noticed a baby in a car seat by the back door. He came and hollered across the parking lot letting us know what was going on. After about two hours of observation with doctors was released to (Department of Human Services)."
However, there are still a lot of questions to be answered on who and why someone would leave a newborn child stranded all alone.
"We are working with the Chickasaw County Sheriff's Department on the investigation," says Houston Police Chief, Billy Voyles. "There are a lot of holes yet to be opened up and (it's) just tough right now."
"I'll take this, finding this baby alive, any day before I find one dead in a dumpster," Harmon said.
The male baby was wrapped in a blanket and not wet from any rain last night.
Anyone with information on who the newborn may belong to is urged to contact the Chickasaw County Sheriff's Office (662) 456-2339 or Houston Police Department (662) 456-2554.
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