The toddler's grandmother, who has disappeared from a remote crocodile area, shared a heartbreaking post when the desperate search for the boy was suspended.
Ruben Scott, two, was last seen near the home of the Koolatah Station, on the west side of the Cape York peninsula, on Tuesday around 5 pm & noon.
The boy ran away taking care of his relatives, who had been desperately searching for him since.
The house is on the back of a lagoon, a well-known habitat for crocodiles.
& # 39; We should try to stay strong, love you so much xx & # 39 ;, the boy's grandmother, Wendy Scott, shared on Facebook on Wednesday.
The missing toddler Ruben Scott (pictured with mother Natasha Scott) was last seen at the home at the Koolatah Station on the west side of the Cape York peninsula at 5 p.m. on Tuesday
A flood of support has been poured in by deeply troubled friends and family while search teams search the area.
Emergency sports crews, including crews of farmers and graziers with private helicopters, spend the rugged terrain for the child on Wednesday.
However, they suspended their rescue operation on the 170,000-hectare site at dusk after they failed to find a trace of the boy.
They will start again at the first light on Thursday.
Far North SES regional director Wayne Coutts told it Courier mail six of their most experienced volunteers were sent to the station to help with the search.
Koolatah Station is sandwiched between the Alice and Mitchell Rivers with swamps, creeks and water pools across the country. The area is a well-known crocodile habitat.
His aunt Cherese Scott has shared many messages on social media asking for help.
& # 39; Come home baby, Aunt Reesey misses you, we all miss you & # 39 ;, she wrote Wednesday.
& # 39; We must try to stay strong, love you so much xx & # 39 ;, the boy's grandmother Wendy Scott shared on Facebook on Wednesday
The missing toddler (photo) wandered away while he was in the care of his family, who had been desperately searching for him since
Volunteers (in the photo) on the ground and helicopters and drones above are frantically looking for the boy since Tuesday
Mrs. Scott asked everyone who had information to contact the police after his disappearance.
& # 39; We want our Ruby home to be safe and healthy & # 39 ;, she added.
The little boy, Natasha Scott, said her son was the & # 39; greatest person ever & # 39; is.
& # 39; Life is complete with you and your smile & # 39 ;, she wrote in July alongside a photo of the smiling boy.
Volunteers on the ground and above in helicopters have been frantically searching for the boy since Tuesday.
& # 39; We are doing everything we can to find this young guy & # 39 ;, Cape York inspector Mark Henderson said The Cairns Post.
& # 39; It's a challenge in such a remote country. & # 39;
Koolatah station is on the back of a lagoon (photo) and is surrounded by an enclosed garden, large shady trees and nearby cattle ranchers
Temperatures dropped as low as 19C at night, causing concern for the boy's well-being (photo: the region where Reuben was missing)
Family, station employees and employees from neighboring stations searched high and low for the little boy on Tuesday afternoon and called the police around at sunset when they could not find him.
They continued to search the night and more police joined the investigation on the remote 170,000-hectare site.
The crew members of State Emergency Services participated in the investigation on Wednesday morning at the first light and helicopters from neighboring stations are also involved.
The property is located at the back of a lagoon and is surrounded by an enclosed garden, large shady trees and nearby cattle ranchers.
The area is a well-known crocodile habitat.
The temperature dropped to 19C overnight, raising concerns about Ruben's prosperity.
Extra officers, State Emergency Services crews and helicopters joined the search on Wednesday morning.
The little boy's mother, Natasha Scott, said her son (photo) was the & # 39; greatest person ever & # 39; is
The station has 50 kilometers of facade along the Alice river and 30 kilometers of facade along the Mitchell river
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