FLINT (AP) — Police say a 26-year-old Michigan woman left her two infant daughters inside a suitcase on the side of the road as child welfare workers arrived to take the children away.
Police say officers assisting Child Protective Services workers Wednesday were unable to find the children inside the Flint home, about 50 miles northwest of Detroit. Authorities have not said why the children were being removed.READ MORE: Kellogg's Being Sued Over Strawberry Pop-Tarts
WNEM-TV reports that officers looked outside the home and found the girls in the luggage. They are listed in good condition at a hospital. Police did not provide their names or ages.READ MORE: Target To Open Store In Midtown Detroit
Police say the mother apparently ran away, but was arrested and is being evaluated at a hospital. Police say she has a history of mental illness.
According, to officials other children were found inside the home.MORE NEWS: City of Hamtramck To Handout Water Filters On Oct.26
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