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A pair of infants were left on a person's front porch in a basket in Mingo County.  The babies were found on Wednesday, June 26 at the home.  There was a note that requested they be taken to Welch Community Hospital, according to State Troopers.

Troopers told 59News that the woman who found the boys brought them to the hospital as requested.  They are reportedly in good health.  Trooper J. R. Coburn with the State Police Detachment in Welch is handling the investigation.

Right now the infants are in the custody of the Department of Health and Human Resources. Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact State Police in Welch at 304-436-2101.