Boy, three, found wandering around petrol station alone in his pyjamas at night

A THREE-YEAR-OLD boy wearing his pyjamas walked through Detroit to a gas station all by himself in the middle of the night.

Police were called to the Citgo gas station at about 4.30am after the little boy wandered into the store and asked for sweets.

The man working at the gas station on McNichols near Conner Street gave him some treats and alerted the police in the early hours of January 5.

They talked to the tot before driving him around the nearby area to see if any places looked familiar, as they tried to get him home.

His mum had discovered he was missing and frantically ran to the gas station just before 6am, before noticing police cars and finding him there.

Detroit Police said the boy's mum said she had been in her car talking to a friend outside their apartment before noticing her son was missing.



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Officers confirmed he was returned to his mum.

Child Protective Services will open up an investigation to make sure the child's home is safe.

In September in the UK a mum removed her child from school after he managed to escape from the playground at lunchtime and walk home alone across three roads.

Lisa Smith’s son, Lewis, has severe autism and a fascination with cars – Lisa constantly feared for his safety near roads.

And in October three thugs tried to snatch an 11-year-old boy off the streets as he walked home from school in broad daylight.

Imran Miah, who then had nightmares about the terrifying attack, was only rescued when a 12-year-old boy from his school yelled at the menacing gang to leave their victim alone.

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