Child abducted from Grady in 1993 still missing
10:44 a.m. Thursday, January 5, 2012
By Mike Morris
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Wednesday’s attempted abduction of a baby from Southern Regional Medical Center had a good ending when an alarm system and hospital employees thwarted the kidnapping, but that wasn’t the case nearly 19 years ago when 1-month-old Tavish Sutton was taken from a downtown Atlanta hospital.
Despite a $10,000 reward and hundreds of interviews by Atlanta police and the FBI, Tavish, who was recovering from minor surgery when he was abducted from Grady Memorial Hospital’s Hughes Spalding pediatric unit on March 9, 1993, was never found.
“We never really had any good information,” Atlanta police Det. Sheila Cumberworth told the AJC in 1998.
Tavish was in the custody of Family and Children Services when he disappeared.
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