Missing Toddler Found Alive, yet Nude, With Shaved Head

21 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Couple’s ‘vision’ helps find missing girl.

An Ipswich man said “a vision” compelled him to turn his car around and rescue a 2-year-old girl who was naked, bruised and shivering in a pile of leaves on the side of the road. At about 7 a.m., the girl’s parents called 911 to report her missing after saying they had last seen their daughter in their Lincoln Avenue home at 3 a.m. However, an Ipswich couple driving through Rowley, about eight miles away from the child’s home, told WBZ-TV’s Beth Germano they spotted the toddler just off Wilkes Road shortly before 10 a.m. The girl was taken to the hospital and reunited with her parents, to the great relief of relatives and worried residents in this small North Shore town. “It’s like a jigsaw puzzle and a bunch of the pieces are missing,” Russell Stevens, the town’s police chief, said at a news conference outside the Hamilton police station.

A spokeswoman for the state Department of Children and Families said the agency was investigating the incident but did not say whether Lyndon had been placed in state custody. Tom and Marge Crosby said the toddler had her head shaved and was suffering from a “big contusion” or bruise mark on her head the size of a softball. And if I thought the parents should be concerned, I would be the first one standing in front of this microphone and your cameras telling them to be concerned,” Stevens said. “So right now I would say no, you do not need to be concerned.” In the early stages of the search, authorities asked officials at Gordon College, a Christian school in Wenham, about a woman who was a student there, said college spokesman Richard Sweeney.

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