Authorities say the woman can be seen on airport security footage walking "with a gait" and carrying something wrapped in a blanket, according to ABC affiliate KABC.
On Jan. 14 shortly before 10 p.m., an employee of one of the rental auto agencies called airport police to say she'd found a baby in the restroom, airport spokeswoman Jessie Butler wrote in a news release.
Over the last 20 years USA states have introduced safe-haven laws allowing newborn babies to be left at designated areas such as hospitals and firehouses, to prevent the precarious practice of dumping unwanted infants on doorsteps or under bushes.
The note left with the tyke read, "Please help me". The first part of the note appeared to be written from the perspective of the child. "My mom had no idea she was pregnant".
The Tucson Airport Authority is searching for a woman, left, who they believe abandoned a newborn at Tucson International Airport asking for someone to "please help" on January 14, 2018. She can't and unfit to deal with me. It begs whoever finds him to turn him over to authorities so they can find the boy a good home.
The woman told the custodian she was okay and that she just had her period before she quickly left the restroom, police said.
"We would like to know who she is but we've exhausted our resources", Butler said.
The youngster was in great condition, authorities said.
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