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Woman 'abducted newborn baby from British hospital'
A woman has been charged with abducting a baby from Hull Royal Infirmary (Picture: PA)

A woman allegedly abducted a two-month-old baby boy at a hospital.

Alicia Steward, 23, is said to have snatched the baby out of his carrier and run off at Hull Royal Infirmary on Wednesday December 27, 2017.

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A court heard she was chased by a prison officer and a member of public, before being arrested in the hospital car park.

Steward, of no fixed address, appeared at Hull Magistrates’ Court on Friday charged with taking a child under 16 from the lawful control of another person.

Woman charged with abducting baby from Hull Royal Infirmary
Alicia Steward appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on Friday and will next appear at the city’s crown court (Picture: PA)

Sally Robinson, prosecuting, said the mother had taken her son to hospital and was waiting with him in a doorway for a taxi she had booked.

Steward did not enter a plea at this stage.

She will appear at Hull Crown Court on January 26.

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