Greensboro Police seeking more info on abandoned infant. NC Safe Surrender Law (details)…

Police are searching for a woman who they believe may have information regarding an  abandoned infant that was dropped off behind a home on O’Ferrell Street in Greensboro Monday night.   Witnesses reported seeing a black or Hispanic female with reddish brown hair – driving a 90’s model White Honda Civic or Accord – leaving the scene. The newborn infant was transported to the hospital by EMS and listed in good condition. Police are not certain of the woman’s relationship to the infant, but say she may have information regarding this incident. If you have any info, please call Greensboro Police: at 373-2222

What is Safe Surrender?  North Carolina’s Safe Surrender law allows an overwhelmed parent to surrender his or her baby to a responsible adult and walk away. The law is meant to prevent these babies from being killed or being left unsafely to die. Safe surrender is legal and anonymous. A baby up to 7 days old may be placed with any responsible adult. .  Anyone who receives a baby in this way must keep the baby safe and warm, and call 911 or the county social services department immediately.

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