HARTFORD, Conn., Oct. 11 (UPI) — A missing Connecticut infant girl has been found at the home of family member but a babysitter suspected of taking her has not been located, authorities say.
Police in Hartford say the unharmed 11-month-old, reported missing Sunday night and found Monday morning, was taken to a hospital for evaluation and released, the Hartford Courant reported.
The child’s mother called 911 when she returned home to find her daughter and the 15-year-old babysitter missing, WVIT, New Britain, reported.
A rapid response telephone system called “A Child Is Missing,” intended to inform residents of a targeted area about a missing child, was activated, police said.
Police said the 15-year-old babysitter left a note in the apartment after saying she had taken the baby, WFSB-TV, Hartford, reported.
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