September 16, 2014
LA HABRA, Calif. (AP) - Someone has thrown a baby's car seat through the rear window of octuplet mother Nadya Suleman's minivan.
Police say the octuplets' nannies saw the seat lodged in the shattered window of the family's gray 2005 Toyota Sienna when they arrived to work Wednesday morning at Suleman's La Habra home.
Lt. Fred Wiste says a night nanny heard a noise, looked out a window and saw a white cargo van speeding away around 3 a.m, but did not go outside to investigate or call police.
Officers have no suspects.
Suleman, an unemployed mother of 14 children, has endured much public scorn in the weeks since giving birth to octuplets on January 26.
Besides her publicists receiving death threats, police say toilet paper was strewn across Suleman's lawn March 13. Last week, someone took "No Trespassing" signs from the property.
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