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Post  Justiceforallkids on Fri 17 May - 9:55

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PLEASE SHARE: Have you seen 2-year-old Tyler?

Police near Taree are searching for a toddler, who went missing from a business on Wharf Rd, Johns River, about 10.30am today (Friday 17 May 2013).

The two-year-old boy was with his mother at an auto-mechanic business on Wharf Road, when he wandered out of the property and into nearby bushland.
A search involving general duties police, the Dog Squad and PolAir is now underway.

The young boy, named Tyler, has fair skin and blonde hair. He was wearing a grey t-shirt with dogs on the front and blue denim shorts.

Anyone who sees an unaccompanied child is asked to contact Triple Zero (000) immediately.



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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Fri 17 May - 11:17

Here's hoping for a happy ending. Please keep us posted JFAK.

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Post  chrissie on Fri 17 May - 11:26

Hope he found safe and well.

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Post  cass on Fri 17 May - 11:42

i hope they find him safe and well too

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Post  wjk on Fri 17 May - 11:47

Me too. Do let us know Carly.

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Post  margaret on Fri 17 May - 12:29

I hope he's found quickly too, keep us updated Carly. Those wonderful dogs!

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Post  tanszi on Fri 17 May - 15:22

yes, finding him well would be wonderful. yes a lot of people put a lot of store by these wonderful animals.

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Sat 18 May - 8:33

they found the little boy today alive and well after a night in the dark

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Sat 18 May - 8:36

National
Toddler lost in bush near Taree found safe

Andrew Carswell
The Daily Telegraph
May 18, 2013 2:43PM


Police have found missing toddler Tyler Kennedy

A PORT Macquarie mother has praised rescuers who found her lost two-year-old son in thick bush land despite freezing conditions in an after midnight recovery mission.

More than 100 volunteers from surrounding towns - and from as far away as Wollongong - descended on the tiny town of Johns River after young Tyler Kennedy wandered away from his mother at 10.30am on Friday.

The boy was found by a volunteer search party in thick scrub nearby at 1.15am this morning, covered in scratches and bitterly cold.

Tyler's mother, Amanda Kennedy, told www.thetelegraph.com.au today she was overwhelmed when she was finally reunited with her son.

"The first hug was amazing, it was like he was first born it was the best hug we've had ... I can't explain it," Ms Kennedy said.

Police and volunteers from the State Emergency Service had been forced to call off their search on Friday evening because of poor light.

"I was speechless when they said they had to call it off ... My heart stopped and I walked away - I couldn't handle it," Ms Kennedy said.

"As soon as they called it off we thought 'ok, we'll call in our own search party' and get everyone out there to find him," she said.

And they did. Amanda's partner Tim Henson said more than 100 community volunteers, mobilised by phone calls, social media or word of mouth arrived at the property on Wharf Road.

Amanda said she was amazed by the emotion response.

"When a community comes together like that I can't explain how grateful I am to have such a good community out there that can put the effort in," she said.

"There were so many parents out there with their own kids that were searching and they didn't want to give up till they found him and no one did.

"As soon as it got around people came running ... I can't thank them enough for that."

Ms Kennedy said she doesn't know the identity of the person who found Tyler.

Tyler was released from Port Macquarie Hospital at about 8.30am.

Amazingly, the youngster suffered no serious injuries and a pre-existing chest infection was not made worse by the ordeal, Amanda said.

It is thought Tyler wandered into bushland while his mum and baby brother were inside the shed as the family car was being serviced.

About 1.15am (AEST) on Saturday volunteers found the boy in the dense bushland.

He was checked by NSW Ambulance paramedics and taken to Port Macquarie Hospital as a precaution.

With the help of a PolAir police helicopter and dogs squad, local officers and SES volunteers yesterday scoured the Johns River State Forest in search of the boy, with the operation scaled back at 5.30pm when light faded.

A resident described the bushland as "hard searching area, because it's real thick", while the Johns River is a mere 100m from the workshop.

Recently by-passed by the new freeway, Johns River is sleepy township that sits on the edge of the 1300-hectare Johns River State Forest.

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Sat 18 May - 8:56

Great news indeed - have to admit that I thought the outcome would be predictably sad.

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Post  cass on Sat 18 May - 8:58

great news -- must admit i wasnt thinking of a good outcome -- fantastic isnt it

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Sat 18 May - 9:10

it again proves why 2 and 3 year olds SHOULD not BE LEFT ALONE THEY CAN WANDER JUST AS QUICKLY AS THIS LITTLE BOY DID

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Post  quickfingers on Sat 18 May - 10:32

Excellent news!

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Post  fred on Sat 18 May - 11:07

Brilliant!!

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