Newborn baby is found dead on Dublin beach when the police desperately search for the mother about the fear of her safety
- The baby was found this morning on a beach in Balbriggan, North County Dublin
- Gardai closed the scene and completed a forensic investigation
- Agents said they were increasingly worried about the baby's mother
- Anyone with information is asked to contact the officers of the station Balbriggan Garda
Darren Boyle for MailOnline
The body of a newborn baby has been restored from a beach in Dublin earlier today.
Gardai sealed the beach in Balbriggan, north Dublin, after the discovery of the body at 10 am.
Officers have said that they worry incredibly about the safety of the child's mother and asking her to come forward.
Gardai has closed a beach in Balbriggan, Northern County Dublin after the body of a newborn baby was recovered at 10.00 am. Officers are concerned about the safety of the baby's mother
The baby's body was found in a beach in Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, file photo
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Gardai in Balbriggan on 01 802 0510.
Garda forensic officers are working on a full technical investigation of the scene.
Local Fine Gael Councilor Tom O & # 39; Leary told the Irish Independent that he hoped the woman would come forward for urgently needed medical attention.
He said: "Maybe she is under great pressure, we do not know the circumstances and the case is very delicate.
& # 39; Maybe her family and friends are aware of her situation and can help her to come forward. She has to talk to someone.
God Almighty. We do not know the circumstances, but think of someone who alone and also in those terrible weather conditions should only experience on a beach. & # 39;