Infant Left Alone In Car Seat In Grandville Parking Lot, Parents Found Later

GRANDVILLE, MI -- An infant in a car seat was left alone in a Grandville parking lot and police later located the parents.

Grandvile police say they are investigating the circumstances.

Police responded at 12:52 p.m. Friday, Jan. 11 to a parking lot in the 2900 block of 44th Street SW, just east of Ivanrest Avenue, on a report of a child found in a car seat.

The child was not injured but taken to a hospital for care while police tried to locate the parents. They were found, although police did not give a time frame or explain any other details of the incident.

Police said the child was about four months old and was warm when located in the parking lot.

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