Detectives have found the mother of a newborn baby someone discovered in the woods in Maryland Friday evening.
A man was walking in the 10000 block of Tenbrook Drive in Silver Spring about 5 p.m. when he heard crying, police said.
He found the baby girl about 10 feet from the sidewalk and called 911.
According to the hospital, she was born a few hours before she was found, police said.
On Sunday, Montgomery County police said they have identified and located the mother of the baby. She is receiving care at a hospital, police said.
The baby remains stable at a hospital and is currently under the care of child welfare services.
Anyone with information about the baby should call police at 240-773-5400 (press 3).
Maryland has a safe haven law allowing parents to leave newborns at hospitals or police stations with no questions asked.