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Dead baby body found in freezer, police arrests two women in Rossington Doncaster

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Police have arrested two women after a baby’s dad body was first spotted by a shopkeeper’s wife in a neighbour’s house located in Rossington, Doncaster.

The horrific incident happened between 11.30 am and 12 pm on Friday night, Two suspects aged 17 and 45, a young girl and a woman were arrested on suspicion of the murder.

The shopkeeper’s wife Carol Hirst aged 28 said she told her husband Darnell Jackson that she discovered a baby in a neighbour house in Rossington.

She said she walked through the building while in the living room where she discovered a Herons bag which was moved from the freezer by the two suspects.

‘The baby was in the foetal position. You could see that the skin was frozen, there was a lot of frost on its legs.

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‘I was shocked and speechless. I left then as I couldn’t stay in the house and I had a cigarette in the garden to calm my nerves.

‘I felt physically sick and waited for the police to arrive.’

Carol said she was ‘traumatised’ by the unimaginable discovery and rushed home to see her own baby.

When the police arrived, they pronounced the baby dead at the scene.

Temporary superintendent Jamie Henderson said: ‘This is an extremely tragic case and I know the local community, and those further afield, will be very upset to hear about what has happened.

‘At this time, our investigation into the circumstances surrounding the baby’s death is in the very early stages and we ask the public not to speculate about the case.

‘There is a cordon in place on Norman Crescent in the Rossington area while our officers carry out their work, and therefore we are asking members of the public to avoid the area at this time.’

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