ORLANDO, Fla., (Reuters) - A newborn girl dumped in a toilet minutes after her birth at Walt Disney World`s Magic Kingdom was in good condition and could be released from a hospital within 48 hours, hospital officials said on Monday. Police said they had no leads to the mother, who apparently gave birth in a restroom at the popular tourist park in central Florida and fled without being seen. The 7-pound, 1-ounce baby, whom nurses at the hospital where she was taken for care nicknamed Princess Jasmine after a character in the Disney movie "Aladdin," was found about 9 p.m. EST Saturday (0200 GMT on Sunday). A woman visiting the park said she discovered the baby in the bathroom when she saw blood on the floor and heard a whimpering sound. She opened a stall and saw the newborn in the toilet water, police said. She called for help and two other women found a blanket and a shirt to wrap the baby in and took her out of the restroom, looking for medical help. A doctor on vacation from Cleveland with his family was just getting off a ride in the park`s Tomorrowland when he heard one of the women call for help, spotted the baby in her arms and took over its care. The Orange County Sheriff`s Office was circulating pictures of the baby - possibly of Asian descent and with a full head of black hair - in hopes of tracking down its mother. The mother, who investigators believe is likely to seek medical attention, could face charges ranging from child endangerment to attempted homicide.