Police, fire officers and members of the Coast Guard have resumed their search at the pond in Usine Ste Madeleine, following a report that a woman threw a baby into the water.
Around 8 last evening, police received a report that a woman was seen walking towards to the pond with a baby in her hand.
Minutes later, it's said she walked back to the Manahambre Road without the baby, entered a vehicle and left.
Ste Madeleine police responded and divers attached to the Fire Service began combing the bank of the pond.
Police will be eagerly awaiting the result from the autopsy on 44-day-old Javon Mahabir at the Forensic Science Centre, St James, today.
Mahabir was found unresponsive by his parents on Saturday.
Police reported that his mother Wendy Mahabir, 35, of Nurse Street, Newlands, Guayaguayare, reportedly put him to bed on Friday night and reported nothing untoward during the course of the day.
However, around 4 am on Saturday, Mahabir found him unresponsive in his crib, with fluid coming from his nose and mouth.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to a baby boy on Monday morning, according to Kensington Palace, touching off widespread jubilation across Britain. Her husband, Prince William, 35, was by her side for the birth of their third child.
“The baby weighed 8lbs 7oz,” Kensington Palace said in a tweet.
“The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth. Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well.”
According to tradition, news of the birth was later displayed on an easel in front of Buckingham Palace.
A Valencia family was last night mourning the tragic death of 18-month-old toddler Ilena Mansoor, after she was accidentally run over by a pick-up driven by a relative at the family’s home yesterday.
The T&T Guardian understands the parents were very distraught and were yet to give full statements to the police on what happened.
Police are investigating the discovery of a baby's body at the Beetham landfill this morning.
The discovery was made about 8 am today by officials on the compound.
Besson street police officers and homicide detectives were called to the landfill after a worker discovered the body in a garbage bag.
A five-month-old baby has died in still unclear and suspicious circumstances in Laventille.
According to information from police, the father of the baby woke up around 4.30 am this morning to find the baby face down in a bucket.
The infant we are told was taken to the Port-of-Spain General Hospital where the child was pronounced dead.
Information reaching CNC3 is that the parents are in police custody while an autopsy is done today to conclusively determine the cause of death.
We will bring you more on this story as it comes to hand.