Lost boy is ‘sad’ and found on a bike and taken to hospital – but police have no idea who his parents are
- A boy was found in western Sydney while officers were looking for his parents
- A passerby noticed the boy in an ailing condition who claimed he was lost
- The boy was treated in hospital on Saturday as a precaution
A lost boy who was found riding a bicycle in Sydney has been treated in hospital – the police have no idea who the parents are or why he was out alone.
Officers are calling on anyone who may know who the boy, who was found in Hebersham around 12:15 p.m. Saturday, or his parents.
A passerby found the distressed boy, who said he was lost, on Ballymena Street and contacted the police.
The boy (photo), believed to be between five and seven years old, was found on Saturday in western Sydney
The boy – believed to be between the ages of five and seven – was riding a bicycle when he was found.
Agents from the nearby Mt Druitt Police Command have been called and are currently trying to identify the child.
Help was sought from the paramedics of the NSW Ambulance, who took the boy to hospital for observation.
He is wearing a dark gray hoodie with a small white car print on the front, light gray sweatpants and no shoes.
If anyone has any information, they are asked to call Mt Druitt Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
He was riding a green bicycle (pictured) when a passerby noticed he appeared to be in distress and said he was lost