A toddler has been reported missing, with Australian Federal Police issuing a public plea for help across three states in locating the boy.
The 18-month-old child, Walker John Duggan, has not been seen for about two weeks with police holding concerns for the young toddler’s welfare.
Walker is described as having strawberry-blonde hair, brown eyes and pink chubby cheeks and weighing about 11kg.
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Police said he is believed to be in the company of his mother, Kylie Anne Duggan.
Her current whereabouts are unknown; however, police believe she may be travelling through New South Wales towards Queensland, or Victoria.
They may be travelling in a black Ford Ranger with Queensland number plates, 460 HM9.
Duggan is described as having ginger hair but was last seen with straight dark brown hair and hazel eyes, is 162cm tall and weighs approximately 60kg.
Australian Federal Police have issued a call for help to search for missing toddler Walker John Duggan. Credit: AFPThe toddler is believed to be in the company of his mother, Kylie Anne Duggan (pictured). Credit: AFP
She has also been known to stay in short-term rentals as well as hotels.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police.
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