- The boy was found by a resident wandering on Morris Street in Melton at 2am
- Resident brought the boy, believed to be three, to the Melton Police Station
- The toddle has been unable to tell police his name or his parents’ names
A three-year-old boy found wandering alone in Melbourne overnight has been reunited with his mother.
The boy was found walking down Morris Street in Melton at 2am in his pyjamas, police said.
A resident spotted the toddler and brought him to the Melton Police Station, but he was been unable to tell police his name or his parents’ names.
His mother arrived at the police station around 6.30am looking visibly upset as she rushed inside and declined to talk to news reporters.
A boy believed to be three-years-old was found at 2am wandering down Morris Street (pictured) in west Melbourne in his blue pajamas
Around 6.30am a woman (pictured) was seen walking into the police station but did not confirm if she’s the boy’s mother
An unknown man at the police station told 7News he has seen the boy wandering alone at night on other occasions.
The three-year-old is wearing blue pyjamas but no socks or shoes.
He has blonde/brown hair, police said.
A local resident brought the boy to the Melton Police Station (pictured) but he has been unable to tell police his name or his parents’ names