Indiana police are investigating after a pedestrian walking a dog Tuesday afternoon found a baby – still alive – inside a plastic bag along the way.
Officers with the Seymour Police Department were dispatched to the 600 block of South Jackson Park Drive around 4:00 pm after a walking dog spotted the baby just 20 yards from a southeast in Seymour, FOX59 reported.
BOYS, 11 YEARS WITH TERMINAL MEN CANCER USES FOR "WAYS AND PRAYERS" BY THE MILITARY, COMMUNITY LIMITATION LAW  Baby was transported 60 to medical staff determined that the baby was not only alive but also healthy.
Authorities do not disclose the gender or age of the baby, but remind residents that the city opened its first Safe Haven children's box at Fire Station 3 at 605 Meadowbrook Drive across Seymour in June.
The organization was founded by Monica Kelsey, who was abandoned as a child, and provides struggling mothers with a safe and anonymous alternative.
UTAH BURNS GET A LOT OF SCARED GIRLS, 2, paint their nails after a car crash for Safe Haven by placing its newborn baby in the electronically monitored Safe Haven Baby Box, ”the group wrote on its Facebook page.
“These newborns will be taken within 3-5 minutes by medical and fire officials. The baby boxes have 3 alarms that activate both the heating and cooling device in them for extreme weather. ”
According to the group, seven children were recovered with the help of boxes this year, noting that this is the first state abandonment in almost four years.
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Detective Sgt. C.J. Foster with the Seymour Police Department said in a statement that no arrests had been made, but police are still investigating.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.