Chicago firefighters find baby abandoned in duffel bag in below-freezing snow, police say

They had gone outside to shovel snow around 5 a.m. and found the bag beneath it.

Chicago police said early Monday evening that detectives were still investigating and that they had not taken any suspects into custody.

Chicago firefighters found an abandoned baby boy dead in a duffel bag outside their firehouse Saturday, according to authorities. File photo.

Chicago firefighters found an abandoned baby boy dead in a duffel bag outside their firehouse Saturday, according to authorities. File photo. (iStock)

NEW MEXICO MOM ACCUSED OF THROWING BABY IN DUMPSTER PLACED ON STRICT HOUSE ARREST

All 50 states have “Safe Haven” or “Baby Moses” laws that allow parents to give up their newborn children at safe, designated locations – usually firehouses, police stations and hospitals. But the laws require the parent to hand their child over to a staff member – not just leave them out in the cold.