Authorities at Tucson International Airport are pursuing a mother who they believe abandoned her newborn baby at the Airport with a handwritten note pleading, "I just want what is best for him and it is not me."
A security footage captured the woman whose seen carrying something wrapped in a blanket and walking with an awkward gait. The authorities believe she may have given birth in an airport bathroom in Tucson, Arizona, before leaving the child on a changing table at a family changing room with a handwritten note.
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:10px;">Note Found (Tucson Aiport Authority ) </span>
The footage was released by the Tucson Airport Authority this week showing the woman walking through the airport when the baby was abandoned on Jan. 14, and are looking to find out who she is.
A 911 call was received by the Airport security from someone who discovered the baby at the changing table near baggage claim, according to KABC, and they immediately began investigating. Authorities revealed that the child was in good condition. A report released by the Washington Post said that airport officials found bloody clothes in an airport bathroom they believe belong to the woman who abandoned the baby.