Baby Girl Taken from London Police Station

The police are often thought of as the ones who protect vulnerable children. But what happens when law enforcers hand your baby over to the enemy by accident? In London, a baby girl is missing after police handed her off to the wrong temporary guardian. 18-month-old Audrey Nyanor's mother, who is from Ghana, was arrested for allegedly committing an immigration offense. Police brought Nyanor and her mother to a station in London's south end and called friends and family members to arrange for someone to look after the child. So, when a woman came to get Audrey, claiming she was a friend of her mother, police gave her the child.


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