Ontario, Canada - Brooklyn Family Sought For Questioning Following Report Of Infant Locked In Safe At Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls, ONT - Investigators from the Niagara Regional Police Service are seeking to question a family from Brooklyn, New York following reports that workers from the hotel they were staying at in the area were called to extract an infant from a safe located inside their room.
CBC.ca (http://bit.ly/1NuABrI) reports that, according to police, a distress call from the parents to hotel management went out Tuesday evening at about 10 p.m. stating that their baby—-who investigators believe to be less than a year old—-was locked inside a safe inside their room.
Hotel workers said the parents were present when a staff member was successful in extracting the crying infant from the safe measuring approximately 50 centimeters wide by 35 centimeters tall by 43 centimeters deep.
But by the time police were notified, the parents and baby had left the hotel.
Detectives from the Niagara child abuse unit are actively seeking to question the parents and have alerted U.S. border services to be on the lookout for their rented 2015 grey Ford van bearing the NJ license plate B31EUB.
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