Boy, 11, is found on his family farm more than 24 hours after missing – searching for mass land and aerial research
- Walter Adams, 11, was missing on Sunday at his family farm in the Victoria countryside
- Last seen on Sunday at 10 p.m. on the site 45 km northeast of Melbourne
- Rangers, helicopters and dogs had been searching for boys all Monday
- Search canceled that evening, but the boy returned to the building around 11:30 PM
An 11-year-old boy who started a massive search for land and air after a loss of his family farm came home more than 24 hours after his disappearance.
Walter Adams, 11, (photo), who caused a massive search for land and air after he was missing on his family farm, came home more than 24 hours after his disappearance
Walter Adams was last seen at his home in Strathewen, 45 km northeast of Melbourne on Sunday around 10 p.m.
It is assumed that he then went to look at a calf on the 150-hectare site, but did not return home afterwards.
Rangers and helicopters were looking for the boy all day on Monday after his family after he found that he was missing around 6 o'clock that morning.
The search conducted by Victoria Police and the Victoria State Emergency Service ended on Monday evening at 7.30 p.m. after the young boy was not found.
But the police have now confirmed that Walter has returned at 11.30 am – four hours after the search ended.
& # 39; Fantastic News – Walter Adams is home safely after returning home & # 39 ;, Victoria Police said on Twitter Tuesday.
Rangers, helicopters and tracking dogs searched for the boy (search photo) all day on Monday after his family noticed that he was missing at about 6:00 a.m.
The fear of the boy had increased on Monday, with temperatures expected to fall to five degrees at night and more rain on Tuesday.
Inspector Simon Rainey described the boy as an & # 39; experienced farm boy & # 39; who was happy and healthy.
"We just hope that Walter is unfit for work somewhere and that we will find him in the very near future," he said The Australian at the time of his disappearance.
Images during Monday's search showed helicopters circling the country where he was last seen repeatedly.
The police have now confirmed that Walter (photo) returned to the accommodation on Monday evening at approximately 11.30 p.m.
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