At approximately 3:30 p.m. on September 20, Halifax Regional Police responded to the area of College and Summer Streets in Halifax for a report of a baby locked in a unattended minivan. Officers located the vehicle and observed an infant in a child seat in the rear portion. The officers did a quick check but couldn't locate any adults in the immediate area. Officers determined that the infant, who was crying and covered in perspiration, was in distress and they broke a window and removed the baby. EHS attended and paramedics checked the child. The Department of Community Services was contacted and attended the scene. The investigation is continuing.