The trip with his grandson to the lunch canteen brought a grandfather a lot of trouble. As a police spokesman said on Thursday, the 65-year-old from Ludwigslust (Ludwigslust-Parchim district) left his four-month-old grandson buckled in the car in a parking lot and went out to eat. The car wasn’t locked. A passer-by noticed the baby crying, took the little one out and calmed him down.

The trip with his grandson to the lunch canteen brought a grandfather a lot of trouble. As a police spokesman said on Thursday, the 65-year-old from Ludwigslust (Ludwigslust-Parchim district) left his four-month-old grandson buckled in the car in a parking lot and went out to eat. The car wasn’t locked. A passer-by noticed the baby crying, took the little one out and calmed him down.

According to the police, the exact circumstances of the incident have not yet been clarified. According to witnesses, it was already very warm in the car due to the sunshine at noon. The 65-year-old grandfather appeared after about 15 minutes. He put the baby in the baby carrier, buckled it up and drove away.

The alarmed police met the man at his apartment. Rescue workers examined the child and confirmed that he was unharmed. “The witnesses did everything right,” said the police spokesman. The grandfather explained that he also left a car window open a crack. Whether the baby was asleep when he went out to eat is unclear at the time, as is the temperature in the car and the temperature outside. The police are now investigating on suspicion of violating the duty of care and education.

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