Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Global | By Maureen Mccoy

Family left toddler in corn maze, didn't realize until next morning

Family left toddler in corn maze, didn't realize until next morning

The Division of Children and Family Services is investigating after a 3-year-old boy was left in a corn maze overnight and was not reported for almost 12 hours.

Around 8 p.m., employees at the Crazy Corn Maze in West Jordan, Utah, told guests they had found a missing child, but no one stepped forward to claim the boy.

Twelve hours later, the mother noticed her son was missing and called police, according to Spanish Fork police Sgt. Joe Monson.

A three-year-old boy got left in a Utah corn maze Monday night.

The corn maze owner says the boy was scared and crying.

Monson said he did not know much about the boy's family or how they were able to forget about him but he added that they live in a home with multiple families and a group of them had gone to the maze together Monday night.

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Staffers called on a bullhorn and even walked through the maze searching for his family but couldn't find anyone.

The corn maze staff got the boy a blanket.

Monson said the Division of Child and Family Services can not release the status of the child because of privacy policies.

The mother reportedly said she entered the maze with a large group of adults and children, according to Daily News.

The boy is expected to be reunited with his family. Nor did they notice his absence at bedtime, or overnight.

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