First photo of newborn who survived after she was allegedly ripped from mother's womb by neighbours
The first photo of the baby girl who survived being ripped from her mother's womb after she was allegedly murdered by her neighbours.
Savanna Lafontaine-Greywind (22) was eight months pregnant when she went missing from her home in North Dakota, US on August 19.
Her boyfriend of seven years, Ashton Metheny, and her parents called the police after she failed to return home following a visit to her neighbours' house.
Neighbours reported hearing the cries of a baby coming from the house of her neighbours', Brooke Lynn Crews (38) and William Henry Hoehn (32).
Police searched the apartment and then arrested Crews and Hoehn when they found the couple with a newborn baby, who they believed to be the child of missing Savanna.
Days later, kayakers found Ms Lafontaine-Greywind body wrapped in plastic, floating along the river on a log in Fargo, North Dakota, according to Forum News.
Crews and Cohen were charged with conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit kidnapping and giving false information to police, PEOPLE reports.
The baby's father Ashton has shared photos on Facebook of his daughter, Haisley Jo, after they were reunited.
Savanna's mother, Norberta Greywind, said that her granddaughter is healthy and that they have not heard when she will be released from Sanford Health Hospital.
Norbeta told PEOPLE that her daughter "loved everyone, she loved kids, her family - she would have been a wonderful mom."