According to KPHO, a note left with the baby says the mother didn't know she was pregnant and is "unable and unfit" to care for the child. "Please get me to the authorities so they can find a good home", the note read.
Authorities are searching for a mother who they accept relinquished her newborn baby at Tucson International Airport with a manually written note arguing, "I simply need what is best for him and it isn't me".
Airport police said it was likely that the woman had given birth in a restroom in Concourse B before taking the baby to a family restroom in the baggage claim area to clean up, the Arizona Daily Star reported.
She told police she had become concerned after spotting "pools of blood" on the bathroom floor.
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Police have released footage of a mother they believe gave birth in a bathroom and abandoned her baby boy at Tucson International Airport on January 14.
Ms Quintana also found the bloodied clothes in the bathroom rubbish bin.
Women who abandon newborns to authorities at places like fire stations and hospitals are protected by the law; the law doesn't extend to airports.
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The child was in good condition, authorities said.
Over the last 20 years U.S. states have introduced safe-haven laws allowing newborn babies to be left at designated areas such as hospitals and firehouses, to prevent the precarious practice of dumping unwanted infants on doorsteps or under bushes.
However, it is not known whether the baby's mother will face charges if found as airports are not considered a "safehaven" under the law.
But the airports are not among facilities commonly designated as safe havens.
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In Arizona, babies must be under 72 hours old and unharmed to be legally abandoned, the Arizona Safe Baby Haven Foundation says. There are a lot of different things that are probably going through a mother's mind.