OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Police investigating a suspicious vehicle in northwest Oklahoma City discovered an infant inside the car beneath items they believe were stolen in home burglaries.
Police early Monday arrested a man and woman on complaints of receiving and concealing stolen property. The infant's mother also faces an additional complaint of child abandonment.
Police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow says an officer first spotted the car parked illegally on the wrong side of the street. Two people were inside the vehicle, but the officer saw the woman walk away from the car toward a house.
Wardlow says a 7-month-old baby girl was later discovered in the back seat of the car, covered by two strollers and a large toy.
Police arrested the man nearby a short time later.
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