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Toddler found wandering Vancouver streets

(UPDATED) Girl’s mother left her alone in apartment overnight; came home to find her missing


 

UPDATE: Police have located the girl’s mother, who left her alone at their apartment over Thursday night. At 6 a.m. PT Friday morning, the mother returned to find her daughter missing. Police made contact with the woman at 8:15 a.m. At 10 a.m, mother and daughter were united.

Police in Vancouver are looking for the parents of a little girl who was found wandering the streets alone last night. The girl was spotted by a couple as she walked along East Pender Street in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. When the girl began to walk onto the road, the couple stepped in and called authorities. Vancouver police Const. Jana McGuinness says the girl “seems to speak some English, but she has trouble forming sentences, so even her name is still a mystery.” She spent last night in the care of social workers, while police searched for her family. The girl, who officers think is around three years old, is Asian and 2.5 feet tall. She was found wearing a brown and pink flowered jacket and holding a blond doll.

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Toddler found wandering Vancouver streets

  1. This little girl was simply shopping for real estate in the city at a reasonable price. The reason why she seemed so lost is because there is no affordable real estate in Vancouver. Her parents simply had less stamina than the child, and gave up before she did.

    • LOL!!! Hilarious. But seriously, I hope the cops find her delinquent parents and hope she' s okay.

    • I expected to find a bunch of awful comments on this story. Instead I find pure win.