Police in Derbyshire are continuing to question a 28-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of wilful neglect.
It is in connection with the birth of a baby boy in an area around Sports Direct Warehouse in Shirebrook in Derbyshire.
The baby is being treated at a neo-natal unit and making good progress, according to Derbyshire Constabulary.
Derbyshire police have arrested a woman in connection with the birth of a baby at business premises in Shirebrook.
The 28-year-old woman was arrested yesterday on suspicion of wilful neglect.
Officers were called out on New Year's Day following the birth of a baby in "unusual circumstances". The baby boy is being treated at a neo-natal unit and is making good progress but is still under going tests.
Police have launched an inquiry after a baby was born at a warehouse on New Year's Day and then admitted to a neo-natal unit.
Derbyshire Police said the baby's mother, who is believed to be of eastern European origin, was also taken to hospital for treatment.
Officers were unable to confirm reports that the child was born in a toilet block at a Sports Direct warehouse in Shirebook, near Bolsover, Derbyshire.
The infant, whose mother is aged in her 20s, is described as being in a serious but stable condition.
In a statement, Derbyshire Constabulary said: "Police were called by the ambulance service at around 11.15pm on January 1 to reports of the birth of a baby in unusual circumstances at a business premises in Shirebrook.
"The baby was taken to a neo-natal unit, where he remains. Officers are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the birth."
The administrator for fashion retailer Republic has said welcomed the move to secure 2,100 jobs, after Sports Direct International bought the chain.
The undisclosed deal comes after administrators Ernst & Young closed five Republic shops in Scotland on Tuesday, with the loss of 105 jobs, and axed another 150 jobs at its head office in Leeds. Administrator Hunter Kelly said:
In what has been a very challenging time and volatile climate for retailers, it is particularly pleasing to have completed the successful sale of Republic, saving 2,100 jobs across the UK high street and at its Leeds-based headquarters.
The brand Republic is well-recognised and well-respected by customers for offering quality, high-fashion goods and it is a testament to its strength that Sports Direct has made this investment to secure its future and high street presence.
More than 2,100 jobs have been saved by Sports Direct International's purchase of 116 stores from fashion retailer Republic.
The Sports World group has also taken over the stock, along with the group's head office in Leeds and its websites and brands SoulCal, Fabric and Crafted.
Sports Direct International has acquired 114 stores from the administrators of fashion chain Republic.
The move comes three days after Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley sold part of his stake in the firm to raise around £100m in cash.