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Newborn goes missing

CUTTACK ONT Bureaue(6/1/17): Close on the heels of the recent incident of a newborn baby girl being stolen from SNCU of SCB Medical College and Hospital here, a two-day-old boy went missing from the Obstetrics and Gynaecology department on Thursday.
According to sources, Katiman Mandal (40) of Kaddatpur in Bihar, who works as a marble mason and resides at Muradkhanpatna under Malgodown police limits, had admitted his wife Sital Devi (39) in the hospital on Wednesday. She reportedly delivered a male child on the same day.
On Thursday morning, a nurse informed them to take the newborn baby to vaccination centre for immunisation. Katiman handed over the baby to an unknown woman who had come forward so motu to take care of his wife and was attending her in the maternity ward.

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