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Appeal for woman who left hospital after giving birth to baby boy

Police in the UK have said they are not pursuing any criminal charges against her.

Image of woman Anna Chundy Source: Metropolitan Police

POLICE IN THE UK are appealing for information about a woman who left hospital shortly after giving birth.

This happened in Brent, a borough in the north west of London.

Anna Chundy, 35, went into the hospital at 10.30pm on Wednesday evening.

Shortly before 4am the following morning she had given birth to a healthy baby boy by caesarean section.

At 10.30am yesterday, she left the hospital, leaving her newborn behind her.

Now a search is underway to located the woman and police in London have expressed concern for her well being.

It is believed that she left the hospital in the company of a man, with CCTV footage showing the two of them exiting the Accident and Emergency department of Northwick Park Hospital separately.

man who left hospital with woman Man who is believed to be with Anna Chundy Source: Metropolitan Police

Anna is described as white with pale skin, bleached blonde hair that she had worn in a ponytail.

She is also said to have a medium build and to be 5 ft 4 in in height.

Speaking about the search, Detective Sergeant Adrian Smith from Brent CID, said, “This is a vulnerable woman who needs to be located as soon as possible so she can be reunited with her baby boy.

We are not looking to trace her with the intention of pursuing any criminal matters against her, our only concern is her safe return. It is of paramount importance that anyone who has any information about her whereabouts contacts us immediately.

Police in the UK can be contacted on 0044 7584 779085.

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