Yesterday afternoon, passers-by and workers around First Avenue and 62nd Street noticed a baby in a stroller—without an adult in sight. It turns out the toddler, no more than 18 months old, was apparently abandoned by her parents (or the couple caring for her); WCBS 2 reports, "Police say the child got caught in the middle of an argument between her parents," who were in a white Mazda. "The angry mother got out of the car and walked away. The father apparently took the child out of the car, and left her in a stroller on the curb. He then drove away." A restaurant owner said, "The carriage wasn't tied or anything, it could have gone in to the street, you think of all the horrible things." According to the Post, police responded to the scene after receiving numerous 911 calls (a woman was holding and comforting the baby when they got there) and are tracing "the little girl’s parents from a cash receipt left in the bag containing the goods... The receipt showed that a pair of baby shoes had recently been bought from the H&M store in the Queens Boulevard mall." Also not good: Leaving your baby in a stroller outside the restaurant where you are eating. Update: NY1 reports that the child's father, Edwin Rivera, has been arrested and faces charges of child abandonment and endangering the welfare of a child.