Toddler left at Detroit bus stop back with family - FOX 32 News Chicago

Toddler left at Detroit bus stop back with family

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This toddler was abandoned Monday afternoon at a bus stop on Detroit's east side. This toddler was abandoned Monday afternoon at a bus stop on Detroit's east side.
Another picture of the abandoned toddler sitting at a police officer's desk. Another picture of the abandoned toddler sitting at a police officer's desk.
DETROIT (WJBK) -

Authorities say a little girl left at a Detroit bus stop has been reunited with family members as officers investigate.

FOX 2'S Al Allen reports 20-month-old Serenity was released to her aunt and mother early Tuesday after a background check by the department's child abuse unit.

Police earlier had reported that the girl was left by a man in his 20s at the bus stop Monday afternoon in front of Perfecting Church near Nevada and Van Dyke Road.

Officers say a resident took her inside the church and called 911.

The mother tells police that the girl's father was supposed to be watching her. He has not yet been located.

- The Associated Press contributed to this report

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