Florida police found lonely wandering in search of boy’s missing mother

The mystery deepened on Tuesday in the case of a toddler, who wandered alone in a dirty diaper in Florida.

Thirty-six hours after finding the child, Miramar police said the child’s mother was missing on Monday night and they were “concerned for her safety and welfare.”

“He was last seen driving with a white Chevy 3500 (mid-to-late 90s model), a maroon or red tailgate and a ‘baby on board’ sign on the passenger window,” he said.

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Police said they believe the 21-year-old child is Lila Kevette.

Gina Lewis, a woman from Alabama, told FOX 7 Miami that Cavett is her sister. He said that the boy is Kvette’s 2-year-old son Kamdeen.

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“My nephew, 100%,” Lewis told the station.

She said she was relieved that the boy was safe, but feared about her sister, who was living in Georgia and had no connection with Florida.

Lewis said, “He never mentioned going anywhere,” according to the station, “As I was saying, we’re in the middle of an epidemic, so I don’t understand that he’s just a vacation to Florida.” Why take it. “

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The Commander was found wandering in a Miramar neighborhood on Sunday morning. He had dirty diapers and a T-shirt. He was in his bare feet.

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