Teacher who stole baby charged with kidnapping

>> Tuesday, January 3, 2017

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – The woman who stole an infant here at the Benguet General Hospital has been charged with kidnapping.  
Police identified her as Jane A. Agayao, 24, an Alternative Learning System (ALS) teacher from Ucab, Itogon, Benguet.
The three-day-old baby boy taken away by Agayao who posed as a certain “Dr. Ramos” at the BeGH Dec. 13 has been reunited with his mother, police said.
Police Officer 3 Brenda Gupaal, of the La Trinidad Municipal Police Station Women and Children’s Protection Desk, said the infant – John Miller Vicente – was recovered Dec. 16 from Agayao.
Agayao, who was positively identified by baby John’s mother as the supposed “Dr. Ramos” who took the baby from her bedside, has been arrested.
“I am so thankful to everyone who helped us find our baby, especially the police and those who posted it on the social media; who shared our story until our son is returned,” baby John’s father, Jose Antonio Vicente, Jr., 41, said.
On Dec. 13 at 4:18 p.m., baby John was taken from his mother’s bedside by a woman who introduced herself as Dr. Ramos and said the baby was due for weighing.
The baby’s snatching was captured on the hospital’s CCTV.
PO3 Gupaal said it was Agayao’s cousin, who saw the CCTV footage shared on social media and recognized her, who tipped her off to police


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