CUYAHOGA COUNTY, Ohio — RTA police and social workers with Cuyahoga County Child and Family Services are asking for family members to come forward and identify a baby girl found at a bus station.
Cuyahoga County officials tell 3News the baby was found on Saturday at its E. 105 and Superior bus stop in Cleveland with an adult. However, they are unable to verify the adult’s relationship with the child. RTA says an initial call about the incident came to the Cleveland Division of Police, who transferred it to RTA's transit police.
Authorities are asking for family to come forward and identify the child, who appears to be six months old.
If you know the identity of this child, please call 696-KIDS, 9-1-1, or your local law enforcement agency.
The baby is safe and in foster care.
On Wednesday afternoon, officials with the Solon Police Department told 3News that a woman was questioned in relation to the incident, but was later released and has not been arrested or charged at this time.
This is a developing story. Stay with 3News for more details as they become available.
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