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Boy who went missing in Spider-Man pyjamas found alive

Yahoo News Staff
·1-min read

The three-year-old boy who went missing in Spider-Man pyjamas south of Perth has been found in bushland alive.

A family member assisting with the land search found James late on Saturday, about 12 hours after he went missing.

A frantic search was underway for the three-year-old boy who went missing on Saturday morning while playing with his family’s dogs.

James was last seen about 7.30am wearing white Spider-Man pyjamas and wellington boots outside an AirBnB the family arrived at on Friday night, according to The West Australian.

Pictured is the little boy. He is fair with blonde hair and blue eyes. Source: WA police
James was found on Saturday night. Source: WA Police

It is believed he wandered off the property with the dogs, but they returned without the toddler.

Local police used helicopters, the canine unit and SES volunteers to search the area around Karli Rise, Yallingup, south of Perth.

WA Police thanked the community and those who assisted with the search.

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