Lost boy taken to hospital after found ‘sad’ and ridden on a bicycle, identified and reunited with his parents
- A boy found in western Sydney has been reunited with his parents after a search
- A passerby noticed the boy in an ailing condition who claimed he was lost
- The boy was treated in the hospital earlier in the day as a precaution
A young boy who has been missing all weekend has been identified after hours of searching on Saturday night.
A member of the public in Hebersham found the boy Saturday afternoon and said he was in distress and lost on fears the situation would be much worse.
Mount Druit police officers desperately searched for the boy’s parents before they were reunited at around 4:30 p.m.
The boy (photo), believed to be between five and seven years old, was found on Saturday in western Sydney
The boy was found by a member of the public at 12:15 p.m., found the boy in need and contacted the police.
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, assisted by NSW Ambulance paramedics, took the boy to hospital for observation.
He was wearing a dark gray hoodie with a small white car print on the front, light gray sweatpants and no shoes.
The boy was riding a green bicycle (pictured) when a passer-by noticed he seemed in need and said he was lost