CALDWELL, Idaho – The Caldwell Police Department is investigating after a 5-month-old baby girl was found in a car without pulse.
The Idaho Statesman reports that someone called the police at about 4 p.m. Saturday to report that an infant had been left in a car and didn’t have a pulse.
Police arrived at the scene– the area of a car dealership, a tire store and other businesses – and confirmed the baby was unresponsive.
The infant was taken to a local hospital, where she was later declared dead.
Lt. Dave Wright said Sunday that the child was in the car of a male caretaker. He didn’t specify the relationship between the child and the man.
No arrests have been made.
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