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Police shared this photo of Kayden Powell after announcing Friday morning that the nearly week-old was found alive in West Branch, Iowa.
Town of Beloit Police Chief Steven Kopp tells reporters about the baby being found in Iowa
BP on Parkside Dr. in West Branch off I-80 where the baby was found. FBI, county and local police on scene.
The FBI was called to assist in the investigation on Thursday
The uncle of Kayden's mom, Mark Bennett, said he was with Marshall and Smith the night before the disappearance.
Police canvassing the neighborhood
800 block of Homeland Court
Rock County Sheriff Bob Spoden at a Thursday news conference
Town of Beloit Police Chief Steven Kopp at a Thursday news conference
The newborn, less than a week old, was found at this West Branch, Iowa, gas station as police canvassed the area Friday morning.
West Branch, Iowa, Police Chief Mike Horihan found the baby outdoors in a plastic bin alive just after 10 a.m., more than 29 hours after the newborn went missing.
Jay Patel, manager of the BP where Kayden was located alive and well after more than a day missing.
Plastic tote similar to the one that West Branch, Iowa, police chief found Kayden inside.
Kayden Powell at an Iowa hospital
Kayden's great uncle, Mark Bennett
Kayden Powell's great-grandmother, Shirley Bennett
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Photos by Tom Keeler
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