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Couple who left their newborn baby in car while shopping iare given 'strong words' by police

A couple have been let off with 'strong words' after they left a new born baby alone in a car while they shopped.

A concerned member of public rang police after spotting the helpless child without any adults nearby, outside a store in Middlesborough.

The parents were shopping in B&M and failed to go back to the car even after a worker made an store announcement during the incident on Thursday at around 1:40pm.  

By the time officers arrived, a member of the public had managed to open the vehicle to check the child's welfare.

A spokeswoman for Cleveland Police said the baby's parents were located shortly afterwards and were given 'strong words of advice' about leaving their child unattended in a car.

The new born baby was found left alone inside a car as the parents shopped in B&M in Middlesborough

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