Authorities have released photos and video of a woman who may have left a newborn infant at Tucson International Airport last month.
Surveillance footage from the airport obtained by InsideEdition.com showed a woman authorities believed to be the mother of the newborn walking toward an escalator that leads to baggage claim and ground transportation. My mother had no clue she was pregnant.
The baby was left on a changing table in one of the airport's changing rooms with a note reading, "Please help me". It begs whoever finds him to turn him over to authorities so they can find the boy a good home.
Tucson airport officials say that a woman who left a newborn in a restroom near the rental auto facility last month may have given birth in another airport restroom.
The baby was found with a torn umbilical cord, which responding medics clamped immediately, and a note that read, "I just want what is best for him and it is not me".
According to Fox 5, police are convinced the woman delivered the baby boy at a concourse bathroom before cutting the umbilical cord and taking the child to a different bathroom located near a vehicle rental counter next to the baggage claim area.
Arizona is a "safe haven" state, meaning parents can drop off newborns at designated locations like hospitals and churches if they are unable to care for them.
It's believed she may have been attempting to take advantage of the safe haven law, which allows babies to be abandoned at designated sites across the US.
Witness Juana Quintana is believed to have seen the mother and baby moments before the child was left, the Washington Post reports.
TAAPD has exhausted all its own resources and those of the local law enforcement community as well and is not actively looking for the woman, a spokeswoman for airport police told InsideEdition.com.