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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleigh View Post
    Now or after i go get the adress?
    Best to have the address so you can give it straight to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    Absolutely. Better late than never.
    Go get the address now, so you can give it to the police straight away.
    This for sure! Good luck

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    Definitely call the police, you obviously feel somethings not quite right so trust your gut.

    Poor kid.

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    Hi Cleigh, I'd get the address first or you may have to go with the cops to show them where the house is. Wild that people could be so unaware of where their kids are. I have a bulb that age and he is always in my sight or supervised by another family member. If he managed to escape the house somehow, I would be incredibly grateful to any person who took time to return him safely.
    Good on you for doing the right thing.

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    Thats the thing though, the family felt ok. In a vibe type thing. They had alot of children in the house and one lady was raging in a different language. DP oesnt want me to call them because he thinks its probably jsut a one off type thing. But Im worried if I dont something worse might hapen one day... fond the house on Googles maps

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    Let the police decide if they want to take it furthur.

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    When DS was about 2 and DD 1 I was home alone with them on a Sunday. I was exhausted because I had been to a convention over the weekend and was hanging for their nap time. I laid down on the lounge to watch them play in the lounge room until it was their nap time. I had half an hour till their sleep and I planned on going down with them then. I dozed off. I did not mean to, I was exhausted. DS actually pushed our lounge chair up to te front door, unlocked it and took himself and his baby sistr for a walk,. They got to the bottom of the drive way (we lived on a corner). A woman stopped and found them and brought them home. I was in such shock when she did that all I said was 'oh my god thank you and took my babies from her and went inside'... I then absolutely broke down into a heap on the floor and cried for hours...

    OP if I were you I would call the police if I felt the child was going to be in any further danger... Sometimes kids are quick though, and maybe these parent learnt a big lesson today about how quickly something like this can happen.

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    Agree with other posters. It can't hurt to call the police and maybe that phone call and subsequent action will give the parent a shake up so it doesn't happen again.

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    I just tried to ring the local office and they didnt pick up lol I will try again n the morning.

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    Try 000 or Policelink?


 

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