An infant boy who was abducted from a Pittsburgh hospital was found safe this evening.
WPXI reports that the missing newborn baby was found at 6 p.m. and is on his way back to Magee hospital to be evaluated.
According to police, the baby was found in downtown Pittsburgh on Fourth Avenue. A woman is in custody and another woman is being sought by police. The 2nd woman is believed to be driving a white Mercedes Benz with out of state tags.
The suspect abducted the 3-day old baby from Magee hospital as his mother was preparing to be discharged.
This post was originally written Aug. 23 @ 4:38 p.m.
Police have a suspect in custody following the abduction of a 3-day-old boy from Magee-Womens Hospital in the Oakland area of Pittsburgh Thursday.
The woman is being questioned by police but the infant, named Bryce Coleman, is still missing.
According to news reports, the woman walked into the hospital's maternity ward wearing a black hospital scrub top. The woman told hospital staff she was the sister of the infant's mother.
The hospital's surveillance cameras caught the suspect leaving the hospital with the baby in her arms around 1 p.m. Witnesses saw her walking away from the hospital after removing the baby's security bracelet.
According to the Post-Gazette, the woman bought the scrub top Thursday morning from Life Uniforms, a store about a block from the hospital.
An employee of the store told the Post-Gazette the women was waiting outside the store before it opened for business at 9 a.m.
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