A New York City City Police Department missing person cold case has been solved, as a Connecticut woman has discovered that she was taken as an infant from Harlem Hospital. Back in 1987, Joy White rushed her baby daughter Carlina to the hospital with a 104-degree fever.
The baby was snatched from her crib and taken to Connecticut, where she grew up unaware of her true identity. Carlina White then moved to Atlanta.
Suspicions about her family led Carlina White, raised as Nejdra Nance, to contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Watch video (here).