Met Police have identified a woman seen on CCTV after the attempted snatching of a baby at St Thomas' Hospital. Officers say no one has been arrested.
The woman seen on CCTV is thought to be 20 to 25 years old, 5ft 2ins, of slim build, wearing a grey hooded jacket, red-orange jumper, light-blue jeans and with a JD Sports carrier bag.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
- The baby girl was being moved between wards at the time of the attempted snatching
- As the cot was being wheeled into a ground-floor lift, a woman approached and said she wanted to see the baby
- She then made a brief attempt to reach into the cot
Police are hunting for a woman seen on CCTV after the attempted snatching of a three-week-old baby girl from St Thomas' Hospital in central London earlier this month.
Jeremy Hunt joined the rounds at St Thomas' today, for his first hospital tour since he became Health Secretary.
He met some of the staff who've been nominated by patients for an NHS Heroes award.
Mr Hunt was also told that care for older patients had been improved at the hospital, with more training for staff and better nutrition for patients.