Police Search For Family After Toddler Abandoned At Detroit Bus Stop

UPDATE: Toddler Left At Detroit Bus Stop Reunited With Family

DETROIT (WWJ) – A toddler was found abandoned at a bus stop on Detroit’s east side Monday and a “good Samaritan” rushed her inside a nearby church.

Perfecting Church tells WWJ the little girl was discovered sitting at the bus stop – all by herself around 3 p.m.

They describe the little girl as very mild-mannered.

Detroit police say a man was standing at a bus stop on East Nevada near Van Dyke,  when another man approached with the little girl. The man then walked away, and left the child.

The girl is now in police custody, and this incident is being handled by the Detroit Police Department’s Child Abuse Squad.

The little girl is approximately 18-24 months old, wearing a pink flowered tank top, dark blue jeans, and sparkled pink canvas shoes.

Detroit police say they are searching for the girls’ family. If you have any information about the girl or the man who left her at the bus station you are asked to call Detroit police.


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