A MISSING baby in need of hospital treatment has been found after an 11-day search.
Cops have arrested a 33-year-old woman and a 43-year-old-man on suspicion of child cruelty after the child, dubbed "Baby Graham" by the police, was found.
The child had not been seen since last Thursday, the Met Police said.
The tot is just seven days old, and staff had noticed symptoms consistent with a serious respiratory condition during a post-natal appointment.
Her parents have been advised to take the child to A&E for an urgent assessment.
Cops had been conducting urgent enquiries and visited the parents’ home address in Southwark, South London on a number of occasions.
The baby is now receiving treatment at a London hospital.
A police spokesperson said: "Police were called in the early hours of Monday, 10 May after Baby Graham, a newborn baby girl who had previously been reported missing, was brought to a central London hospital.
"Officers attended and confirmed the identity of the baby who is now in the care of medical staff and undergoing tests.
"A 33-year-old woman and a 43-year-old-man have been arrested on suspicion of child cruelty.
"Enquiries into the circumstances of the baby’s disappearance are ongoing."
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