Australia CHRISTOPHER WILSON: Missing from Sydney, NSW - 8 June 2022 - Age 11 *Found Safe*

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Sydney boy, 11, missing after failing to return home after getting off school bus​

The search for an 11-year-old boy who went missing from Sydney’s north-west will intensify on Thursday morning after temperatures dropped below 4 degrees overnight.

Christopher Wilson was reported missing after he failed to return home from school on Wednesday afternoon, which police described as “extremely out of character”.

He got off the school bus on Annangrove Road, Annangrove, at 3.20pm and his family notified police almost immediately when he failed to return home.

“Obviously, they’re extremely distressed, particularly overnight with the temperatures the way they have been up here in the Hills,” Superintendent Darrin Batchelor said.

“They’ve been out looking overnight as well, so we’ll keep updating them as we go along.”

Christopher was last seen wearing his Annangrove Public School uniform – a blue T-shirt with maroon and white trim. He is also believed to be wearing a black and white jacket and carrying a black backpack.

Police describe him as being of Aboriginal/Torres Strait Island appearance, about 120 centimetres tall with a slim build, short brown hair and brown eyes.

Christopher’s family confirmed CCTV footage showing him walking along Annangrove Road towards Rouse Hill at 4.45pm on Wednesday afternoon.

“We can only hope Christopher’s found his way into a shed or put his head down overnight and managed to stay warm,” Batchelor said.
 

NSW Police resumes major search for missing boy Christopher Wilson who was last seen getting off a bus in Annangrove​

A major search for a missing schoolboy has resumed on Thursday morning who disappeared after hopping off a bus in Sydney's northwest a day earlier.


An extensive search of the surrounding area was conducted overnight where temperatures plummeted to a freezing 4C.

Local police officers, assisted by relevant commands, including the fixed-wing aircraft from PolAir, Police Rescue and the SES searched properties along the busy road.

It's believed he does not have any money or food and the disapperance is considered out of character.


Police have received numerous calls and have urged people in the area to check sheds and backyards.

Motorists who were driving along Annangrove Rd between 3:20pm and 6pm on Wednesday are advised to check dash cam footage.
 
There is probably an explanation but why would a kid get off a school bus at 3:20 and still be seen walking an hour and 25 minutes later at 4:45?? That's a long darned walk home. What I mean is I doubt the bus drives him and drops him off with a further hour and a half or more to walk home...? If true it also means he was "alive" an hour and a half later on the same road and where had he been in the meantime...? A bit confusing too as one article says last seen getting off the bus at 3:20 and another says CCTV shows him at 4:45 but that's likely due to discovering additional info as they investigate and look at footage, etc...
 
There is probably an explanation but why would a kid get off a school bus at 3:20 and still be seen walking an hour and 25 minutes later at 4:45?? That's a long darned walk home. What I mean is I doubt the bus drives him and drops him off with a further hour and a half or more to walk home...? If true it also means he was "alive" an hour and a half later on the same road and where had he been in the meantime...? A bit confusing too as one article says last seen getting off the bus at 3:20 and another says CCTV shows him at 4:45 but that's likely due to discovering additional info as they investigate and look at footage, etc...
Being that his family reported him missing "almost immediately" when he didn't return home means, to me, he always returns home by a certain time and has never wandered before.
I wonder if something happened at school (or at home) that made him not want to go home immediately.
I hope he's found a safe place. The cold temperatures are a bit worrisome but he's old enough to know to seek shelter.
 
Oh good news!!!

Sydney boy, 11, found after surviving freezing night in Hills District​

A Sydney boy who went missing on Wednesday has been found after surviving a night of freezing temperatures in The Hills District.

After an overnight search by police and family, the 11-year-old primary school student was found by residents after spending the night outside. Police said he was being assessed by paramedics and was cold, but had no visible injuries.


A missing schoolboy has been found "safe and well" by a member of the public after a large scale search resumed on Thursday morning.

NSW Police advised just before 10am he was located in a nearby area by a member of the public.

"He's cold, but with no visible injuries," a Facebook post read.

He is being assessed by paramedics and has been given food.
 
Oh good news!!!

Sydney boy, 11, found after surviving freezing night in Hills District​

A Sydney boy who went missing on Wednesday has been found after surviving a night of freezing temperatures in The Hills District.

After an overnight search by police and family, the 11-year-old primary school student was found by residents after spending the night outside. Police said he was being assessed by paramedics and was cold, but had no visible injuries.


A missing schoolboy has been found "safe and well" by a member of the public after a large scale search resumed on Thursday morning.

NSW Police advised just before 10am he was located in a nearby area by a member of the public.

"He's cold, but with no visible injuries," a Facebook post read.

He is being assessed by paramedics and has been given food.
Whew!
 

Father of 11-year-old boy found after going missing faces unrelated charges​

The father of a boy who went missing after having a “bad day” has been arrested and charged after police allegedly discovered a drug lab in his home.

The father of an 11-year-old boy found alive after going missing has been arrested and charged after police discovered an alleged drug lab in his home.

Police went to give the boy’s 29-year-old father the good news after a member of the public spotted him walking along the road just before 9:30am on Thursday.

But when officers arrived at his house, they allegedly found a locked room in his house, which police will allege contained a hydroponic drug lab.

A crime scene was established and police also seized two gel blaster firearms.

The father was charged with cultivate prohibited plant, and two counts of possess unauthorised pistol.
 

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