Police search for family of little boy found wandering Florida neighborhood
Police in South Florida are asking for the public's help to find the family of a young boy who was found wandering alone in a Broward County neighborhood.
Miramar police said the child, who appears to be 2 to 3 years old, was seen walking near SW 68 Ave and 18th Street on Sunday morning.
Investigators said officers spent hours canvassing the area and knocking on doors, but said no one recognized the toddler.
Officers are asking anyone who recognizes the boy or has any information on who his parents or guardians are to call Miramar police at 954-602-4000.
Law enforcement agencies in Florida and Alabama are looking for a woman who could be the mother of a little boy found wandering alone in a Broward County neighborhood.
A toddler who was found wandering around a Florida neighborhood in a soiled diaper and without shoes on Sunday has still not been claimed by his parents or guardians, police said Monday.
A toddler who was found wandering around a Florida neighborhood in a soiled diaper and without shoes over the weekend has still not been claimed by a parent or guardian, police said Monday morning.
Authorities said officers have been going door-to-door in a bid to locate someone who may know the toddler or his parents are.
She told the station that aside from his diaper being soiled, the toddler looked like he was in good health.
In an update Monday morning, police said: 'His family has NOT been located. Officers spent hours canvassing the area, knocking on doors, speaking w/ neighbors.
'No one recognizes the child,' police said.
Footage of the adorable toddler shows him interacting with police officers at the station and pushing around a chair.
The toddler is now in the custody of Child Protective Services as police continue their investigation.
MEDIA - LEILA CAVETT: Missing from Georgia or Alabama since July 2020 - Age 21 - Son found wandering alone in Miramar, FL