- Just one day after authorities found Hispanic boy Christopher Ramírez, they undertake a new search.
- They are looking for the mother of another lost child whom the police have not been able to identify.
- Judging by the image, the child could be around 3 years old.
Just one day after authorities found Hispanic boy Christopher Ramirez, they undertake a new search, this time to find the mother of another lost child whom the police of the city of Pawtucket, in Rhode Island, have not been able to identify.
This Sunday, the Pawtucket Police Department issued a statement in which they informed that they have under their protection a minor who was found without the supervision of an adult and that they hope to be able to identify who he is.
They find another lost child and the police try to identify him
“This morning, on 10-10-21 at approximately 6:30 am, Pawtucket Police responded to a call from a found child (boy, age undetermined) believed to have been located in the vicinity of Exit 26 by a woman who was going home with an Uber, ”began the local police in Providence County, Rhode Island.
Although the authorities did not indicate the age of the minor, they published a photograph in which the child appears leaning his face on an adult’s shoulder. Judging from the image, the boy could be around 3 years old, just like Christopher Ramírez.
Medical care for the child
Once he was found, the authorities took the minor for a medical examination to verify his good health. “The child was brought to Hasbro for an evaluation as a precautionary measure and the Division of Detectives is conducting an investigation,” police added.
His provenance or the reason why he was alone is unknown, what is known is that “he is currently in the custody of DCYF” and that the authorities are trying to identify him in order to reach his family members.
The community is usually of great help in some cases from the police. In the case of Christopher Ramírez, who was lost for 4 days in Texas, a neighbor said he had seen him chasing a puppy and days later a landowner found him.
So based on that spirit of help, Pawtucket Police have asked anyone with information to contact the department at 401-726-3911 or Detective Ethan Barrett directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
They find the missing Hispanic boy Christopher Ramírez
Christopher Ramírez’s case was somewhat different. Last Wednesday, the little boy went out to play with his puppy in front of his house located on the outskirts of Plantersville, northwest of Houston, Texas, when it suddenly disappeared.
His desperate mother called for the help of the community and the authorities, who combed the forests of southern Grimes County. After four days of tireless searching in the vicinity of his home, the 3-year-old boy was reunited with his mother. Now, the police are looking for the mother of this little stranger.
Everyone involved in the search
Investigators were looking for clues to trace Christopher Ramírez, but all they got was the testimony of an elderly neighbor who claimed to have seen him following a family dog along a road near his home. That was the last sighting of the minor around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, authorities said.
The operation to find the little boy grew rapidly. Multiple agencies, such as the FBI and local police, and volunteer groups, such as Texas EquuSearch, a specialized human search and rescue organization, joined in, and this search had a happy ending.
Christopher was just dehydrated
According to Tim Miller, founder and director of Texas EquuSearch, the Hispanic boy was found alive and in good condition. As soon as he was reunited with his mother, the child was taken to a hospital to be evaluated by medical personnel.
For his part, Don Sowell, the Grimes County Sheriff, reported that they had found Christopher around 11:45 a.m. this Saturday and that the boy was only dehydrated, so he was transferred in an ambulance to Texas Children’s Hospital.
How did they find it?
Miller explained that Christopher was found on FM 1486 near Highway 249 by a landowner, reported ABC13. Authorities also specified that the boy was probably about 3 miles away from home and “3 miles in these dense forests is a long way,” they said.
They also appreciated the support of the community in the search and support to the officers. “This is the happiest of the endings we could have,” they commented and ended in fluent Spanish saying: “Everything is fine.” SEE FULL VIDEO HERE. They find another lost child and the police try to identify him.
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