Newborn found abandoned with a note from mother in Tucson Airport

Woman gives birth and leaves note after abandoning infant son in Arizona airport bathroom as authorities ask for public's help in identifying her

Baby Born in Tucson Airport Restroom Is Left Behind Along With an Apology

On Jan. 14 shortly before 10 p.m., an employee of one of the rental auto agencies called airport police to say she'd found a baby in the restroom, airport spokeswoman Jessie Butler wrote in a news release.

The Tucson Airport Authority released footage this week of the woman walking through the airport when the baby was abandoned on January 14, and are looking to find out who she is.

The baby appeared healthy otherwise and was transported to a nearby hospital, airport spokeswoman Jessie Butler said in summary provided to The Washington Post.

A custodian told police she saw the woman holding the baby inside the restroom and that there were pools of blood on the floor. A rental call employee found the boy and a note.

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A baby believed born in a Tucson International Airport restroom was left behind with a note that said, "I'm sorry".

The baby was found with a torn umbilical cord, which responding medics clamped immediately, and a note that read, "I just want what is best for him and it is not me".

Tucson Airport Authority officials say investigators still are trying to identify the woman, who may be the baby boy's mother. She can't and unfit to deal with me.

The airport authority also released photos of the scene and the handwritten letter found with the child.

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The note then switches to what appears to be a plea and apology from the mother.

Though the airport is not considered a safe haven, law enforcement officials said there are no criminal charges pending against the unknown woman. "We would like to know who she is, but we've exhausted our resources", an airport spokesperson tells the Star.

Arizona is a safe haven state, meaning that in accordance with state law, mothers may give up their babies to specified authorities-hospitals, fire stations, licensed adoption agencies, or churches-up to three days after birth.

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