Pakistani police have arrested several hospital workers over a scheme that abducted and sold newborn babies in Peshawar, local media report, reports BBC.
The gang swapped newborn babies with the bodies of dead infants in hospitals and maternity homes, and told their parents the child had died.
The newborn babies were then sold for between 70,000-300,000 Pakistani rupees ($650-$2,850).
Pakistan has seen several high-profile cases of baby abductions recently.
The police reportedly made the latest arrests after receiving a tip-off that led them to one of the gang members, a woman identified as Wajeeha.
An abducted baby girl was rescued from the gang's custody.
The gang had abducted and sold nine newborns, police said.