A newborn baby was found left outside of a Sutton, Ontario fire hall early Tuesday morning.
According to York Regional Police, the baby was discovered on Tuesday, May 13, just after 3 am in front of the Georgina 1-6 fire hall, which is located just over an hour north of Toronto.
Police say the baby is in “good health,” and the Children’s Aid Society is now involved.
The baby’s mother is being asked to seek the medical attention she needs and to contact authorities so they can make sure she is okay.
Newborn baby boy was left outside of a @georginafire station this morning around 3am. Baby is in good health and Children’s Aid Society is engaged. We’re asking the mother to seek any medical attention she may need and to contact us so we can be sure she is OK 866-876-5423 x7341
— York Regional Police (@YRP) May 14, 2019