Police name 12-week-old baby whose death was 'suspicious'
Police in Cambridgeshire have identified a 12-week-old infant who died under suspicious circumstances last week. Teddie Mitchell, from St Neots, was only 12 weeks old when he died in Addenbrooke's Hospital on November 11. Police have launched an investigation into how Teddie died. However, they say the cause of his death has "not yet been ascertained". READ MORE FROM YAHOO NEWS UK: Flood warnings as UK braces for more wet weather North WalesTeddie Mitchell, from St Neots, was only 12 weeks old when he died in Addenbrooke's Hospital on November 11.
Theis investigating the sudden death of a baby in
A post mortem is to be carried out after the death of the tot in Keady earlier on Tuesday.
A 31-year-old man has been arrested in Craigavon and has been taken to Banbridge Police Station where he is being questioned by detectives.
A PSNI spokesman said: "A post mortem is due to take place to determine the cause of death and there are no further details at this time."
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Man appears in court in NI charged with murdering 11-month-old baby boy .
A pathologist’s report said the boy’s fatal head injury was not accidental. A prosecutor told Newry Magistrates’ Court that Ali, who had been in a relationship with the baby’s mother for a year, was in sole care of the child at a property in Keady in Co Armagh when the death happened on Tuesday.The businessman, originally from Pakistan but with an address at Westenra Terrace in Monaghan, initially told police Hunter had slept all night, had fallen off a sofa onto a concrete floor and he had given him CPR and a cold shower to try to revive him.