Transcarpathian policemen brought a child back to his parents

26 April 2018 15:21  50177082 0178754
Transcarpathian policemen brought a child back to his parents

In a few hours, police officers of the Mizhhirya department brought back home a 12-year-old boy, who had gone missing. His life and health are not in danger.

Yesterday, April 25, at about 20:45, the police received a report about the disappearance of a young boy from the village of Bukovets, Mizhhirya district.

Officers of the investigating group and the patrol police response sector of ​​the Mizhhirya department were engaged in the search for the child.  

In less than two hours, the police found the child about 500 meters away from the house where the boy lives.

As the law-enforcement agencies found out, the child was playing with dogs on the street in front of the house. Later, the boy went to the territory of the abandoned land plots. There, he found a wooden gazebo, which was once used to store hay. Inside, the child fell into a pit that he could not get out of on his own. The boy could not call for help, so he was waiting for someone to find him.

After searching the territories around the house, where the child lives, the police found the boy, helped him to get out of the pit and brought him alive and well to the parents.

The Department of Communications of Transcarpathian Regional Police

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