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- The teenager was forced to walk a mile along the motorway, in the dark, until he could reach the emergency telephone and call the police for help

UK news Child abandoned by parents at side of motorway last minute news


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- The teenager was forced to walk a mile along the motorway, in the dark, until he could reach the emergency telephone and call the police for help

UK news Child abandoned by parents at side of motorway last minute news
24 November 2022 - 17:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Police officers came to the rescue of a child whose parents left him at the side of the motorway with no idea where he was. The 17-year-old was left at the side of the M11 at night and was forced to call the police for help. The boy, who has not been named, wasn't familiar with Cambridgeshire and had no links to the area. Despite this, his parents dropped him off and left him on his own. He was forced to walk a mile alone, on the darkest stretch of the motorway, until he could get to an emergency SOS phone. Officers from Cambridgeshire Constabulary were able to help the boy and he is now in temporary police protection. READ MORE: Fatal Cambridge stabbing: 'There's a line and the murder of a seventeen-year-old boy is the line' The force's Child Abuse Investigation and Safeguarding Unit (CAISU) is now investigating the incident.

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. A force spokesperson said: "Thanks to officers from our Child Abuse Investigation and Safeguarding Unit (CAISU), he was temporarily placed in police protection and is in a safer environment while investigations continue into where he will now be happiest. A lot of the work from our CAISU team is sensitive in nature and difficult to share, but examples like this highlight work that goes on behind the scenes and helps highlight our commitment to protecting children – a force priority." The police is asking anyone with concerns about the safety of a child to contact them as soon as possible. All reports can be made in confidence and anonymously. For more information and advice on child protection, including how to report concerns, visit the force’s dedicated web page. READ NEXT: Father who assaulted baby son in 'shocking and upsetting case' has sentence nearly doubled ‘How dare they’ Readers react to MPs claiming expenses on Christmas parties Pensioner will 'cancel Christmas' after workmen leave leaky guttering 'worse than ever' Car fails to stop after hitting two teenage girls in Peterborough Public asked for images connected to murder of Cambridge teenager

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