BERKELEY (CBS SF) — A Berkeley nanny was arrested on child abuse charges after video of her abusing an infant was captured by a home security camera, authorities said Thursday.

Berkeley police said 44-year-old Ingrid Perez of Richmond has been charged with one misdemeanor and one felony count of child abuse.

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According to investigators, the parents of the 6-month-old boy contacted them last week and provided video from their in-home surveillance system which depicted physical violence by Perez against the infant.

The child was examined and released from a local hospital with no apparent injuries.

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Perez was taken into custody in Berkeley on Monday while en route to another child care job.

Police said she has worked as a nanny for a number of different local families for over 10 years. Those who she has worked for recently as a shared nanny have all been contacted to ensure that their children were not harmed.

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Investigators asked that anyone with information regarding the case contact Detective Kelly with the BPD Special Victim’s Unit at (510) 981-4760.