Tragic note left with baby boy abandoned at U.S. airport

The baby was left at Tuscon International Airport in a bathroom in mid January

The baby was left at Tuscon International Airport in a bathroom in mid January

According to Fox 5, police are convinced the woman delivered the baby boy at a concourse bathroom before cutting the umbilical cord and taking the child to a different bathroom located near a vehicle rental counter next to the baggage claim area.

The Tucson Airport Authority discharged film this seven day stretch of the lady strolling through the air terminal when the baby was deserted on January 14, and are hoping to discover her identity. The child is now in the care of the Arizona Department of Child Safety.

Juana Quintana, a custodian, told police she encountered the woman and asked if she was okay after seeing pools of blood on a bathroom floor. The mother vanished after giving birth alone in the airport bathroom, leaving behind only a handwritten note.

Airport police are looking for a woman who they say may have given birth and left her baby in an airport restroom with a note asking authorities to find him a good home.

My mom had no idea she was pregnant. She says the woman told her the naked baby was three months old.

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Quintana said she found bloody clothes in the trash can with paper towels on top in an apparent effort to hide them.

Airport police said it was likely that the woman had given birth in a restroom in Concourse B before taking the baby to a family restroom in the baggage claim area to clean up, the Arizona Daily Star reported.

Authorities say the woman can be seen on airport security footage walking "with a gait" and carrying something wrapped in a blanket, according to ABC affiliate KABC.

The youngster was in great condition, authorities said. The first part of the note appeared to be written from the perspective of the child.

Kimberly Marshall, the co-founder of Arizona Safe Baby Haven foundation added: "We hear stories where a baby is abandoned, or a mother who has had a baby doesn't know what to do, doesn't know who to turn to. There is a lot of fear", said Kimberly Marshall, a nurse practitioner and co-founder of the Arizona Safe Baby Haven Foundation.

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