Scotland County Sheriff’s deputies search for missing newborn

SCOTLAND COUNTY, NC (TERESAREPORTS) – The Scotland County Sheriff’s Office is searching for an infant, approximately 2-3 weeks old, and the child’s mother.

The child is believed to be in danger and not in the care of its mother, according to the sheriff’s office.

The Scotland County Sheriff’s Office has not positively identified the newborn.

Deputies are in search of April Morrison who is a Hispanic female, possibly Puerto Rican or similar, and speaks both English and Spanish.

Officials said Morrison was reported to have arrived in the Richmond County area, approximately 8 months pregnant, and gave birth to a female infant child recently.

The Sheriff’s Office said it believes Morrison is operating under an alias. She was believed to be staying in local motels or hotels, between Richmond County, Scotland County and Fayetteville, NC.

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Posted by Scotland County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigative Unit on Thursday, January 31, 2019

Morrison is reported currently as possibly being deceased or having been removed from the Scotland County and or Richmond County Area possibly under fear or coercion.

The Sheriff’s Office received a report for the missing child on Thursday.

If you have any information pertaining to the whereabouts of “April Morrison” and her female infant child contact 910-266-4332 Extension 4. Your report can be anonymous if you wish.

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