A three-day-old infant who went missing Oct. 6 was found in the evening the same day at Kitakyushu City in Fukuoka prefecture and appears to be fine, Fukuoka Prefectural Police said.
A man who was not identified called the Kitakyushu police box about two and a half hours after the baby girl was reported missing from the Kitakyushu Medical Center at 4:30 p.m. He said the infant was in his apartment.
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More than two months after a devastating earthquake and tsunami ravaged the Tohoku region, about 9,500 people remain unaccounted for.
Police and Self-Defense Forces personnel continue to search the wrecked areas, but as time passes fewer bodies are being found. Identifying bodies is also proving difficult, as the extreme force of the tsunami stripped victims of clothes, IDs and jewelry.
At a temporary burial site on a hill in Higashimatsushima, Miyagi Prefecture, the graves of unidentified victims are marked only with numerals written in kanji.
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