Queensland Police

Desperate Search For One-Day-Old Baby Taken From Hospital Continues

Queensland Police will continue its desperate search for a baby taken from a hospital in the state’s south-east on Monday.

An amber alert was issued late yesterday “seeking urgent public assistance” to help locate the one-day-old baby girl who was taken from Ipswich hospital.

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Police say she “may be at significant risk”.

It is believed the baby is in the company of 18-year-old Khloe Bornen, who police would like to speak to.

Bornen is described as Caucasian, around 165cm tall, with a proportionate build and brown hair.

Police allege two women were seen taking the baby before putting her into a white Suzuki Liana.

“The car was last seen leaving Charlotte St, Basin Pocket at 2.30pm today, June 13,” a spokesperson said.

The car has been located, however the baby has yet to be found.

Police believe Bornen is the only person to be with the baby now.

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