When a New Hampshire policeman broke into a car to free a locked baby, he found it was a lifelike doll—police Lt. Keene. On July 23, Jason Short was summoned to a Wal-Mart following a report of a baby being locked inside a vehicle in the parking lot.

Short saw feet poking out from under a blanket and knew instantly that he had to break the window to get the baby out because it was a hot day.

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Short believed the child was already dead when he broke into the car and removed the blanket, so he attempted to breathe into its mouth, but the child’s lungs did not expand. The baby’s mouth did not open, and he then realised it was a realistic doll. He cancelled the ambulance request.

When Short tracked down the doll’s owner, Carolynne Seiffert, who was having her hair cut in Super Cuts at the time of the incident, she informed the officer that the doll was made to resemble a baby as closely as possible. When Short picked up the beauty, he claimed it even felt real.

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According to Sentinel Source, Seiffert had paid $2,300 for the doll, named Ainslie, from a doll nursery the week before the incident. The beauty, known as a “reborn” doll, is made by hand from silicone to appear as lifelike as possible. Reborn dolls are among Seiffert’s possessions.

She claims that toshe intends to put a sticker on her car  let people know that the babies in the car are not real, she intends to put a sticker on her car.