Gardai Release Images Of Baby Girl Found In Dublin

Gardaí have released images of a newborn baby girl discovered in Rathcoole, Dublin on Friday 8 May 2015.

Gardaí have received a number of calls, however the mother has not contacted Gardaí or Tusla.

Sergeant Maeve O'Sullivan, Child Protection Unit, Clondalkin, said: "We are releasing this photograph so Mum can see her little baby girl and we would ask Mum to please contact us."

An Garda Síochaná and Tusla continue to liaise closely and would request anyone with information to contact Clondalkin Garda Station on 01-6667600, or Tusla can be contacted on 01-6206387.


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