Staffordshire Police are investigating a complaint concerning the treatment of a baby boy by a member of Stafford Hospital earlier this month. A spokesman said:
Officers from our Protecting Vulnerable People Department are at the very early stages of investigating a complaint concerning the treatment of a baby boy by a member of staff at Stafford Hospital earlier this month.
The baby boy, who was four months old at the time, was not harmed as a result. We are liaising closely with his family and the NHS Trust concerning the matter.
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