A newborn baby has been left in a police car for over a week after being left at a police station on the M25, with police claiming the vehicle was “very dangerous”.
It happened in the town of Amiens on Saturday, according to local media.
The baby was left in the car for two hours and three minutes while it was being searched by police officers.
It is not clear what caused the baby to be left in that police car.
It’s not known if the baby is under the care of the police, but it is believed the baby was put in the vehicle because it was a “vehicle to be used”.
“The police officers were quite worried that the child had been in the police car and the child was in there in such a state of mind,” said local councillor Eric Van der Brug.
Police say the car was “a vehicle to be on the roads of Amien”.
Van der Baert said it is “not a good thing” that the baby had been left unattended in the custody of the local police station.
“We have a police vehicle, the child is in there.
And the child does not have any other choice but to be with the police,” he said.
Van der Waert said that “it’s a very bad situation” and that the police had “no choice but” to release the child.
Amiens is about 45 minutes’ drive south of Calais, where the baby girl was born.
He added that the car has been “under review” and “we will try to make sure that it doesn’t happen again”.
“We will have to see what the future holds,” he added.
Amien Mayor Christophe Demoule told AFP news agency that the case was “completely unacceptable”.
“I want to say thank you to the police for doing the right thing,” he told AFP.
The police were investigating the incident.
A spokesman for the local prosecutor said he had asked for the investigation to be closed “as soon as possible”.
Amiens Mayor Christoit Demoules said the case is “completely inappropriate”.
“The prosecutor wants to take the necessary steps to send a clear message to all those who do this that they will not be allowed to do it.” “
It is an absolute crime,” he continued.
“The prosecutor wants to take the necessary steps to send a clear message to all those who do this that they will not be allowed to do it.”
The local prosecutor, Christiane Demoulin, said it was not “the first time” that a baby had gone into police custody on the French-French border, adding that it would “never happen again” in Amiens.