People.com: An apparent vandal threw a baby's car seat through the rear window of octuplet mom Nadya Suleman's minivan, La Habra, Calif., police say they were told by nannies at Suleman's house on Wednesday.
Officers have no suspects. Lt. Fred Wiste tells the Associated Press that a night nanny heard a noise, looked out a window and saw a cargo van speeding away around 3 a.m.
On Wednesday afternoon, Suleman was headed home with yet another addition to her family bundled up in blankets in the backseat of her car. Josiah Angel Suleman, who at 4 lbs., 8 oz., was deemed healthy and heavy enough to be released from Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, became the seventh of Suleman's eight infants to get the green light to join his 12 brothers and sisters at the family's home in La Habra.
"Each day that goes by it gets a little easier," Suleman tells PEOPLE. "I'm really getting to know each of my nannies and we're all really beginning to work together as a team."
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