The death of a 2-month-old boy at day care center in Mission Hills was still unexplained today, but police said there didn't seem to be foul play.

About 5 p.m. Monday, a caregiver at Kary's Daycare Center on Marklein Avenue went to get the boy ready to go home and found he wasn't breathing, Los Angeles police Lt. Paul Vernon said.

She started CPR and called 911. Paramedics kept trying to resuscitate him and took him to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center. But medics and doctors could not save him.

It was the first time the baby had been left at the center, Vernon said.

Detectives and a coroner's investigator examined the child and the daycare facility and said there did not seem to be foul play. The death was listed as undetermined pending an autopsy.

Reached by phone this morning, Kary's owner Karina Vasquez said, "I have my license. I have all the permits. The authorities came and say everything is OK. I have nothing else to declare."