Parents abandon child at Houston post office

Authorities have said that someone abandoned an infant in the lobby of a southwest Houston post office. Child Protective Services have issued a notification after a new born baby was left at the post office. The infant was seen at the table at the Westbrae Post Office on S. Gessner and W. Bellfort on Wednesday morning.

The child was wearing white long sleeve onesie and a Pampers brand diaper. The name, Jesse was written by market on the diaper. The child was in a blue car seat and was wrapped in a black and red blanketwith white dog bones and lettering "woof".

A lot of people noticed the child and wondered if the infant was alone. A supervisor at the post office first noticed the child, who was reportedly left with a bottle of milk. The baby appears to be healthy.

Experts have said that some safe haven sites, which are designated safe places where babies can be left include hospitals, fire stations and police stations but not the post office. It is not known if the person who left the child at the post office will face charges.