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La Matanza: two women entered a hospital and stole a baby in a backpack but left it in a church

2023-03-18T17:56:06.720Z


It happened in Paroissien, by Isidro Casanova. The little one is just two days old.


A baby was stolen this morning from the Paroissien Hospital

, in the Buenos Aires town of Isidro Casanova, and appeared abandoned in a church a few hours later when the police began looking for two suspicious women.

The girl, 48 hours old, had disappeared this morning

from a room in the maternity sector of the Hospital de Agudos Paroissien, located at 6000 Brigadier General Juan Manuel de Rosas Avenue, in the aforementioned town of La Matanza.

For the fact, classified as "child abduction", the Functional Unit for Instruction and Trial (UFIJ) No. 3 of La Matanza investigates the admission of two women to the hospital, one of them at 1:30 this morning, who requested

to

enter to a room but access was denied, and another during dawn, judicial sources informed Télam.

This second woman

left the hospital with a backpack and met the other, and then headed towards National Route

3, according to what the investigators were able to reconstruct.

According to the A24 portal, he appeared in a church about 30 blocks away. 

According to the family's account, the mother of the minor was sleeping in the room, along with her sister.

The baby's father was not there because the couple had separated.

In that same room there were two other families.

Around dawn, when everyone was sleeping, the two women took the opportunity to take the little girl and put her in a backpack.

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