HINCKLEY, Ohio — ***UPDATE***
The next Fb put up from Hinckley Police Chief David Centner states that authorities have recognized the mother and father of the kid left on the cemetery.
“We’ve got recognized the mother and father and are working this night with Medina County Youngsters Companies on the investigation. I hope to supply additional info later this night. Thanks to our native information media for his or her assist in discovering the mother and father. Additionally the entire calls and messages to assist Tony are vastly appreciated. All of you may have renewed my religion and appreciation for the fantastic group we reside in and that surrounds us. All of you might be actually one of the best! God Bless all of you…..Chief Centner”
The Hinckley Police Division is in search of the general public’s assist figuring out a “little boy” discovered deserted at Hope Memorial Gardens Cemetery Wednesday afternoon.
Officers responded to the cemetery simply after midday after a witness says she noticed a medium blue mid-sized automotive pace off, leaving the little boy to run after the automotive adopted by a canine. The automotive left the cemetery and headed west on SR 303 heading in direction of Brunswick.
The boy was taken into protecting custody and Medina County Youngsters Companies have been contacted. The boy is described as roughly three years outdated with quick brown hair, blue eyes, weighing roughly 40 kilos.
Police say the boy seems to be in good bodily situation and instructed officers his title is “Tony.” The younger boy additionally instructed officers his mother’s title is “Katy” and his dad’s title is “David.”
Anybody with info on Tony, his mother and father or family are requested to contact the Hinckley Police Division at at 330-278-7162 or the Medina County Sheriff’s Workplace Dispatch Middle at 330-725-6631.