Family alarm "8-year-old boy lost": originally was walking alone for two hours back to school to get homework
Surging news reporter Chen Yaru correspondent Zhang Jianbin Ji Libo
2020-01-09 16:44 Source: Surging News
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Surging News (synergynusa.com) learned from the Yuhuan police on January 9 that at noon on the 3rd, the Xincheng Police Station received an alarm from Mr Xu and said his son was missing.
Mr. Xu's son, Xiao Xu, was 8 years old and was in third grade. The school was closed that day and his father took him to the company. When Mr. Xu was empty, he found that his son, who had been doing homework in the office, was gone. Checking the monitoring revealed that his son had gone out of the company door.
When questioned by the police, Mr. Xu remembered that his son had said that the math homework had been in school. The police then searched the video along the road from the industrial zone where the company was located to the school, and found that a boy appeared in Datou Village and was identified as Xiao Xu. He set off from the industrial area alone, passed Daotou Village, passed the Shenpu Tunnel, and walked on the sidewalk of S226 Provincial Road.
On the other side, Mr. Xu's friend drove to a school about 8 kilometers away from Mr. Xu's company. At the gate of the school, he encountered Xiao Xu, who was holding a workbook, and it was more than 2 hours since he left home. Xiao Xu said that he did his homework in Chinese and found that the math homework had been left at school. He wanted to call his father to get it together because his father was at the meeting.