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Boy lost at Utah corn maze left overnight in state custody

Police in Utah are investigating after a mother left her 3-year-old at a corn maze and didn't realize he was missing for 12 hours.

Monday at 7:32 p.m., the child was spotted near the Crazy Corn Maze in West Jordan, Utah by a woman.

Staffers called on a bullhorn and searched for his family but couldn't find anyone until his mother called police Tuesday morning.

The boy was taken to the Utah Division of Child and Family Services, where he stayed for the night.

"At 7:42 a.m. today, the mother woke up and noticed he was missing".

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A three-year-old boy was left in a corn maze overnight because his parents didn't realise he was gone until the next morning.

The boy's mother didn't report the missing child until about 7:45 a.m. Tuesday, almost 12 hours after he was found at the corn maze.

There have been no charges in association with Monday's incident. She later went to bed, still without realizing that the boy wasn't home, according to police.

Officials said the child and his family live in a home shared with other families.

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