Danish baby carriage found in North Wales

The discovery of a baby carriage at a North Wales farm has been described as a "courageous and rare" case of baby carriage theft.The carriage was found on the property of an elderly couple in a field at the edge of the rural community of Doona.The owner, Mrs Johan Hørnel of Dunga, had found the carriage after her son had been found dead in the back seat.The mother had been working as a nurse for...

What happened to the baby carriage?

The Danish baby carriage was an abandoned baby carriage used for children in Denmark and its surroundings during the 1970s and 1980s.The carriage was taken from its owner in 1982 and the vehicle was abandoned.It was dismantled, and its remains buried in the Copenhagen Cemetery in 1988.The vehicle was recovered in 1991 and the body of the driver, Lars Hansen, was recovered from the ground in...