If you suspect that a child has been abused, that it lives in unacceptable conditions or that it is risking its health and development, then you must, according to law, report this to the child protection services. You can do this by calling 112. This also applies to unborn children. The mandatory reporting applies to both the public and to people who are involved with children in connection with their work.
When a report is made, a professional gets the case underway and the family is provided with support from either child protection or social services. Get rid of your concern and channel it by notifying. The child’s welfare is the guiding principle.