Police attempt to locate parents of lost toddler
Police attempt to locate parents of a toddler found in
Police in Tokoroa are searching for the caregivers
of a young boy found wandering in the town late last
The boy, who is estimated to be about two years
old, was first seen by a member of the public in the
Carrington Crescent area of the town at approximately
9.30pm. At 11pm the same member of the public saw the boy
again in the Carrington Crescent area and contacted
Police collected the boy who was cold, upset and
seemed disorientated. He is currently being looked after by
CYF and all area enquiries throughout the night have been
unsuccessful in locating the caregivers.
A team of
officers are continuing those enquiries but want to hear
from anyne who has information about the boy.
European, has short blond hair and is wearing grey shorts
and a red singlet.
Anyone with information is asked to
contact Tokoroa Police on 07 886
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