Paw Prints Leads Police To Missing Toddler

By June 23, 2018

A toddler went missing for about 4 hours from a Michigan family home in the early morning.

The family were in a state of panic when they realised their child had disappeared.

The family searched the property, woods, swamps and surrounding areas only to find the child's sippy cup.

Police were called to the property and discovered paw prints leading into the woods.

The family's dog, Apollo had stayed by the child's side while in the woods about 1 and a half kilometres away, which led Police to find the boy safe and unharmed.

Reference:
Roth, Daniel,"Missing Toddler Found In Woods - Police Follo Paw Prints" Daily Mail, 23 June 2018

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