Mystery: Nobody has come forward to claim wandering Houston toddler

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Toddler found walking alone in Houston but nobody has come forward to claim him. Photo via Houston CPS.

Toddler found walking alone in Houston but nobody has come forward to claim him. Photo via Houston CPS.

A toddler boy, who police believe to be around 18-months-0ld, was found wandering alone in a Houston, Texas, area shopping center on Sunday.

Although the youngster was handed over to Children’s Protective Services, the agency told ABC News on Monday that nobody has come forward to claim the child or reported a child missing since the toddler was found.

CPS is now asking for help from the public in identifying the baby. The tot is said to be of Hispanic descent or biracial and was found around 5:30 pm on Sunday outside of Traders Village Flea Market in Houston. He was by himself when he was found. The boy is too young to tell officials his name.

CPS is asking anybody who recognizes the baby to help reunite him with his family by calling 281-847-4172.

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  • Lisa Langston

    omg!!!! im only a couple hours away in Winnie Texas!!!! send him to me, ill love him n take care of him… he will have the best that I can give him, medical/dental care, roof over his head, food in his tummy,, n all the love in tha world!!!!!!! why would someone abandon that poor child like that?!!!!!!!