Via BBC News
An 18-month old girl who police mistakenly allowed to be taken by an impostor from a station has been found.
Audrey Kessie Nyanor’s mother, Cynthia Boakye, 36, was arrested on Thursday in Southwark, south London, over alleged immigration offences.
A woman claiming she was a friend of Ms Boakye went to Walworth police station and took the toddler.
The child was found in Harlesden, north London. A woman, 31, has been arrested on suspicion of abduction.
A Met spokesman said officers were called at 1400 GMT by a member of the public and that the toddler and the 31-year-old woman were found 55 minutes later on Harlesden High Street.
The woman remains in police custody at a west London police station. Continue Reading….
I was relieved to hear that baby Audrey was found safe and sound.
Now I want answers from the MET police! I hope there is a thorough investigation in to why Audrey was just handed over to a stranger without them doing the necessary checks first!
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