According to police, responders came here about 2:30 Monday afternoon and found a 10-day-old infant “unresponsive,” not breathing. The baby was declared dead at the hospital and police have been investigating the scene.

Rochester police kept up their investigation into Monday night as crime scene technicians arrived in their vans at Locust Street in Rochester following the death of a newborn.

Police camera flashes lit up the area as they went over the first floor apartment in the two story house where the little victim was found.

Their methodical probe was a big change from the frantic scene here earlier in the afternoon when ambulances from AMR rushed from the scene to Rochester General Hospital.

According to police, responders came here about 2:30 Monday afternoon and found a 10-day-old infant “unresponsive,” not breathing.

Neighbors say they saw paramedics performing CPR on a baby. Investigators report the child was declared dead at Rochester General and “Impact” investigators with the police department’s Major Crimes Unit started going over the home.

The Monroe County Child Protective Services had workers at the location and, as the evening went on, so did the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office.

Police say they did get to talk to one of the child’s parents at the scene and have been interviewing other people who were there.