Lviv patrol officers found the home of a small immigrant who got lost in an unfamiliar city
On Tuesday around 9:00 p.m., patrolling on Dragana Street, inspectors of the patrol police of the Lviv Region noticed a little boy who was crying. The patrol officers approached the child to find out what happened. A woman was standing next to the boy, who was about to call the police.
After calming down Mykhailo, he told the patrolmen that he was walking with his grandmother and got lost. The inspectors gave guidance to the crews and began searching for the parents of the lost. Already in the company car, the 3-year-old boy said that he and his parents had recently moved to Lviv.
The law enforcement officers decided to show photos of the modular town, which is located a few streets away from the place where the child was found. After seeing the photos, Mykhailo was happy and said that he lives there. An excited 64-year-old grandmother met them on the spot. The woman said that she had lost sight of her grandson. Then she called his mother, who started looking for her son on her own.
The police handed Mykhaylik into the arms of his relatives and held a preventive conversation with his parents.
The police draw attention to the fact that the child always has an address with the parents’ contacts with him. Keep a close eye on your kids, and call 102 if necessary.
Photo: patrol police of Lviv region65855901