A three-year-old boy was left at a Utah corn maze Monday night

Pauline Gross
October 12, 2017

Corn mazes are one of the many fun, fall activities that crop up each year around the country, but for one 3-year-old boy, being left behind in a maze made for a scary night.

A couple from Utah ended up leaving their child behind at a maze on Monday night but didn't realize he was missing until Tuesday morning.

Sgt. Monson said the boy and his mother went to the corn maze with a large group of people, and the mother told police when she got home, they watched a movie and she fell asleep.

The corn maze owner says the boy was scared and crying.

Staffers called on a bullhorn and even walked through the maze searching for his family but couldn't find anyone.

Monson said the Division of Child and Family Services can not release the status of the child because of privacy policies.

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But Schmidt said maze workers and police were unable to locate the boy's family and "we couldn't get him to give us his name".

His mother ended up calling police on Tuesday morning.

Police said the mother later arrived at the police station with about 10 children.

Once they found the child, they tried to find his parents, but nobody came forward.

The boy is expected to be reunited with his family. What where the circumstances? Nor did they notice his absence at bedtime, or overnight.

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