Little girl, 3, found wandering the streets

UPDATE: THE mother of the toddler found wandering the streets on NSW’s Central Coast this morning has been in contact with police.

NSW police previously sent out an urgent alert urging her parents to get in touch.

It is alleged the little girl followed her dad out of the house early this morning as he left for work but could not remember where home was.


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The toddler’s mother is currently speaking to police and representatives from other government departments.

The Commander of the Brisbane Water Local Area Command, Superintendent Danny Sullivan, thanked the community for their support.

“Courtesy of the community taking an active role in this appeal, we were able to reach more than 160,000 people via social media alone,” Superintendent Sullivan said.

“On behalf of all of the officers here in Brisbane Water, I would like to extend our thanks to the public for their outstanding support in helping us find this young girl’s mother.”

EARLIER: A little girl, who says her name is Ruby, has been found wandering the streets on NSW’s Central Coast.

Police are desperately urging her parents to get in touch.

A member of the public found the toddler walking alone near the intersection of Etna Street and Mann Street in North Gosford, in the early hours of Friday morning.

The girl, who is aged about three, has been taken to Gosford Police Station.

She has a fair complexion and reddish-blonde hair, and was found wearing short pink and white pyjamas.