Czech kidnap baby found in Germany
A baby girl who was kidnapped a week ago in the Czech Republic has been found in neighbouring Germany, police said.
The baby was snatched from her pram in front of her mother on Wednesday when she was 18 days old by an unknown man in Trmice, a northern town near the border with Germany.
Police said the child was taken away in a Volkswagen Tiguan vehicle that was seen heading for Germany.
Local Czech police chief Vladimir Danyluk said the girl was in good condition.
Mr Danyluk said that four suspects have been arrested in Germany but he declined to give any further details.
Chief investigator Pavel Zahumensky said one man and three women are among the suspects.