Police Call Out Helicopter, Dogs, Officers and PCSOs To Find Child In Aylesbury Who Was In Bed!

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6:29am 9th September 2011
(Updated 6:35am 9th September 2011)

Police officers, PCSOs, a police dog and the police helicopter were called to Hawkslade in Aylesbury last night

Thames Valley Police sprung into action at half 6 yesterday, after it was thought that a toddler had managed to unlock a door and had left the house.

The Police found the child pretty quickly though - they were asleep in bed! Aylesbury Neighbourhood Inspector Omar Abu-Rish said:

"One of the initial actions in missing person reports is for the house to be searched, whilst areas in nearby streets were being checked, the child was found safely asleep in bed."

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