Baby found abandoned in Holy City

A baby was found abandoned inside a box by a Police Patrol in Saudi Arabia

 

The abandoned baby was found in street inside a box by Police patrol in the Saudi city of Makkah. According to Dubai-based Al Bayan Daily, the police came to know after it heard the sound of the crying baby with the umbilical cord still attached to it.The Police in a joint effort with Red Crescent teams took the baby to the Children's Hospital where doctors are currently examining him. An investigation and search team was also formed to look for the parents of the abandoned baby.

Saudi Arabi is the holiest city among Muslims.

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