Baby theft: Another false alarm for cops
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Police investigating the theft of a day-old boy at Wadia Hospital received a another tip-off Saturday evening about the boy and the suspect being spotted in Dadar.
However, when police reached Plaza theatre in Dadar, it turned out to be a false alarm as the baby was a girl. This is the second false alarm since the kidnap Wednesday. The boy was taken from the bedside of his mother Jasmine Naik while she was walking in the ward.
"On Saturday, we sent a team to Dadar as soon we got the call, but we found a baby girl with her mother. More such calls be coming in since we have sent images of the baby and suspect all over the city," said Inspector Kailash Chavan.
"The suspect's sketch, which was made based on two eye-witnesses is 70-80% accurate. I am sure we will track her down and find the boy," he said.
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