Latest News:  
Beijing   Cloudy    13 / 8   City Forecast

Home>>China Society

Hospital baby snatch broke

(China Daily)

08:54, November 08, 2011

Local police found Ke Ke, a 6-day-old baby girl, and reunited her with her parents two days after she was stolen from a hospital in Xinghua of Jiangsu province on Nov 4. [China Daily]

The baby, named Ke Ke, was just six days old when her parents discovered her missing at the Oriental Obstetrics Hospital in Xinghua on Friday morning.

"Ke Ke was supposed to lie in the cradle in front of her mother's bed. But we woke up around 5 am and found her gone," said Zhang Jinbing, the 22-year-old father.

A camera in the hospital captured images of a woman leaving the hospital at around 0:20 am carrying a baby, and following a tip-off from a taxi driver, who drove two females with a baby to Xinghua's Daduo town, the infant was found on Nov 6 in a residential block.

【1】 【2】


 
 
     
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
  We Recommend  
 
 
 
     
 
 

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:陈乐乐)

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name

  

Selections for you


  1. Slovenian violin concert builds cultural bridge

  2. NE China's Harbin issues yellow fog alert

  3. 13.9-meter-long whale found dead in E China

  4. River crab contest held in Shanghai

Most Popular

Opinions

  1. What does space station mean for China?
  2. High-speed rail challenges China's vision
  3. Rethink China's nuke weapons strategy
  4. Housing policy unwavering
  5. Future looks bright for China's bond market
  6. Online rumors dangerous to social order
  7. Widespread diesel crisis unlikely for China
  8. China braces itself for population aging
  9. China's aid to Pakistan shows true friendship
  10. China's securities industry pushed to diversify

What's happening in China

River crab contest held in Shanghai

  1. Heavy helicopter industry to fly after joint venture
  2. Yao Ming begins college life
  3. China's resources underutilized
  4. China to build space laboratory by 2016
  5. Index: China's employment quality low

PD Online Data

  1. Lunar New Year´s Day (I)
  2. Lunar New Year´s Day (II)
  3. The Second Festival Day
  4. "Broken Five" Festival
  5. Lantern Festival