Parents Identified; Boy Returned


RARITAN TWP., NJ –Lambertville police have located the parents of a little boy and he has been safely returned to them, a city police spokesperson said this morning.

Police initially reported that the boy appeared to be about two or three years old. He was found on Cherry Street in Lambertville near PNC Bank and CVS. The Raritan Township Office of Emergency Management broadcast the plea for the public’s help.

Although the boy is safe, the Lambertville Police spokesperson said that an investigation is ongoing.

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To the editor:

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