'I FORGIVE HER' .... Mother of stolen baby says she does not hate baby snatcher
Sinclair Hutton cried and cried as he held his one-month-old son, Sae'breon, for the first time. The baby was stolen from the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston hours after he was born.
Relentless investigation by the police, vigilance by the staff of the Registrar General’s Department (RGD) in Twickenham Park, St Catherine, and prayers, led to the baby being united with his parents.
Today was the first time Hutton was setting eyes on the child. Sae'breon was sleeping when he handed over by representatives of the Child Development Agency on Friday morning. The handover took place at Denham Town Police Station in Kingston. But as soon as the child was placed in his mother's arms, he gave out a sweet sound. It was as if he knew his mom.
"Me caah explain the feeling," Suzett Whyte said as she held her boy.
The last time Whyte saw Sae'breon was about four hours after he was born. She placed him on the bed inside the hospital's maternity ward and went to the bathroom. When she returned, the baby was gone.
The baby was found after woman attempted to register him at the Registrar General’s Department (RGD) in Twickenham Park, St Catherine. DNA tests were required to link the child to his parents.
"I do not hate her, I forvige her, but I would want to ask her why she took away my baby," Whyte said this morning.