The father of an Ohio toddler found alone overnight has been located. No further information is available at this time.
An Ohio toddler found wandering alone overnight is now safe, but police say they haven’t yet found his family.
CBS 11 reports that the toddler, a 3-year-old named Jerimiah, was found near Bancroft Street and Ashland Avenue in Toledo on Sunday. Authorities said the boy is not Brayden Noble, a Toledo toddler who has been missing for days.
As CrimeOnline previously reported, Brayden, who is non-verbal and autistic disappeared from the Hunter’s Ridge Apartment Complex. His mother reportedly claimed he fell from a third-floor window and vanished.
Jerimiah was found “healthy and safe,” according to police, but it’s unclear why he was alone and outside overnight.
Anyone with any information regarding Jeremiah should contact Lucas County Children Services at 419-213-3400.
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[Feature Photo: Jerimiah/Police Handout]