The note further read in the voice of a newborn: "Please help me". My mother had no clue she was pregnant. It begs whoever finds him to turn him over to authorities so they can find the boy a good home.
Authorities are looking for a mother who they believe abandoned her newborn baby at Tucson International Airport with a handwritten note pleading, "I just want what is best for him and it is not me". Please. I'm sorry."Police are describing the mystery woman as being in her mid-20s and was wearing black leggings and a coat.The baby is now in the custody of the Arizona Department of Child Safety".
A custodian from the airport says she discovered pools of blood on the bathroom floor shortly after the woman left.
Police have released footage of a mother they believe gave birth in a bathroom and abandoned her baby boy at Tucson International Airport on January 14.
Ms Quintana asked the woman if she was OK, and the mother told her the baby, who was naked and had his eyes shut, was three months old before hurrying away.
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Quintana said she found bloody clothes in the trash can with paper towels on top in an apparent effort to hide them. The caller said someone had left the child with a note in the bathroom and that she was wrapped in a blanket.
However, it is not known whether the baby's mother will face charges if found as airports are not considered a "safehaven" under the law.
"We would like to know who she is but we've exhausted our resources", Butler told the paper.
Texas became the first state to pass a safe-haven law in 1999 after 13 babies were abandoned in the Houston area in the first 10 months of the year, prompting a public outcry for new legislation. Airports are not listed as safe haven locations. "There is a lot of fear".