A 34-year-old woman was accused of stabbing a pregnant woman in the stomach and removing her baby, while the expectant mother visited her home to buy baby clothes advertised on Craigslist, Colorado authorities said. (AP) A 26-year-old pregnant woman in Colorado, spotting a Craigslist ad for baby clothes, drove to the home of the woman who placed the ad on Wednesday. When the pregnant woman arrived, she was beaten and stabbed by the 34-year-old woman who lives there. That woman then did something nearly unimaginable: She “removed” the fetus from her victim’s body, according to police in Longmont. While the victim was left on the floor with a stab wound in her abdomen, the attacker took the fetus to the hospital, claiming she had suffered a miscarriage, the Denver Post reported. The baby has since died. The suspect is in police custody. Investigators have “a pretty good idea” of the motivation of the suspect, Longmont Police Cmdr. Jeff Satur told The Post in a Thursday morning phone call. Although Satur declined to discuss details, he said “it would be something everybody would think.” The victim was able to call 911 after she was attacked, Satur said, leading the police to her location in Longmont, about 15 miles from Boulder and 35 miles from Denver. As responding officers approached the suspect’s house, they “could hear a female calling for help inside the home,” according to a statement from Longmont police. “Officers entered the home and located a female who had been beaten and stabbed in the stomach.” [After Craigslist crimes, police across U.S. are opening safe havens for transactions] The adult victim, who was seven months pregnant, is expected to recover following surgery. Police have not been able to speak to the victim beyond her initial statements to officers at the scene of the attack, Satur said. “This is a tragic case for a mother right now,” Satur told the Denver Post. “She came by this house. She was attacked, and her baby was removed from her.” Police are unsure whether the suspect placed a Craigslist ad with the intention of … – Click Here To Visit Article Source