A couple have been charged with abducting an eight-month-old boy who was found in a cathedral in the Republic of Ireland.
The baby was discovered safe and well on Friday afternoon after being taken from his legal guardian's home in Nottinghamshire, England, the day before.
Gardai had been searching for a couple seen leaving the church in Carlow.
The pair were arrested in Wales on Sunday. Nottinghamshire Police said both have been charged with child abduction.
They are due to appear before magistrates on Monday morning.
A spokesman said: "A 21-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man have each been charged with one count of child abduction.
"They have been remanded into police custody.
"They will appear at Mansfield Magistrates' Court."
The baby boy was found near a cathedral in Carlow, with a note giving his name and date of birth, police said.
He is currently in the care of the Health Service Executive and is expected to be reunited with his legal guardian this week.