The wailing girl is seen inside a beige bag along the side of a road, where Forsyth County Sheriff's deputies were called by a neighbor who heard the baby crying.
Jolting video showing an abandoned infant being freed from a plastic bag has been released by Georgia authorities.
In a statement on its Facebook page, FSCO said it was releasing the footage "in hopes to receive credible information on the identity of Baby India and to show how important it is to find closure in this case". "I'm with my kids, they said it's a baby but I said it must be an animal". Oh look at you sweetheart. "I'm so sorry", an officer says.
The baby is in the care of the Department of Family and Children Services.
Police then tightly wrap the baby in a number of blankets before transporting her to a nearby hospital where it was determined she was in good health.
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Forsyth County Sheriff Ron Freeman called the heartbreaking discovery a case of "divine intervention" after residents who heard her called 911.
Authorities are still looking for the baby's mother.
The video was released by the department Tuesday, in the hopes someone with information about the child would come forward.
It is still unclearwhether the child's mother will face charges.
The sheriff's office reminded the public of Georgia's "Safe Haven" laws, which allows mothers to leave their baby, up to 30 days old, with an employee of any medical facility without prosecution.