Toddler left at corn maze wasn't reported missing till next day

Boy lost at Utah corn maze left overnight in state custody

Boy lost at Utah corn maze left overnight in state custody

The Division of Children and Family Services is investigating after a 3-year-old boy was left in a corn maze overnight and was not reported for almost 12 hours.

It wasn't until 7:40 a.m. the next day that the child's mother called the police to report him missing.

The corn maze owner says the boy was scared and crying.

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"He couldn't tell us his name, he could say he was three years old, [that] was about it", Police Sgt. Joe Monson told Fox Carolina.

Staffers called on a bullhorn and searched for his family but couldn't find anyone until his mother called police Tuesday morning.

The boy was found by a good Samaritan who took him to the maze staff.

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The mother reportedly said she entered the maze with a large group of adults and children, according to Daily News. Once they found the child, they then tried to locate his parents, but no one came forward.

The Utah boy has now been reunited with his family after getting separated from a big group of people and getting lost Monday, KUTV of Salt Lake City is reporting.

"Sounds like this is a dwelling with multiple families and a lot of children living in the same home", Monson told the station. These are all questions investigators want to ask'.

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