Police have identified a young boy found in the street but are yet to track down his family.
Officers were called at 1.25pm on January 2 to reports of the child on Main Avenue in Torquay, Devon.
The boy, believed to be local to the seaside town, is described as white and aged between one and two.
Police are appealing for parents or family of a young boy found in Main Avenue, Torquay on 2 January to come forward.The child is described as a white boy aged between one and two. If you have any information please phone 101. https://t.co/sHUHPMCm9Apic.twitter.com/WmKHcoX5tU
— DevonCornwall Police (@DC_Police) January 2, 2019
A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said the boy was “safe and well” and appealed for anyone with information to come forward.
In a previous statement, police said: “Officers are in attendance and conducting inquiries to try and locate the parents or family of the boy.
“If you have any information please phone 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or and quote log 0349 of 02/01/19.”