Australian Federal Police and federal court seek public assistance in finding missing baby Hoang Vinh Le from Canberra | Canberra Times

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National authorities are seeking public assistance in finding a missing 17-month-old baby from Canberra who reportedly was with a person who police said may never have existed. The Australian Federal Police and the Australian Federal Circuit and Family Court said Hoang Vinh Le, who was born on June 21 last year, was allegedly removed by his family, 28-year-old Hoang Thanh Le and 21-year-old Lyn Kim Do, after court orders were enforced. In order for the baby to live with her grandmother since April 19, the parents told authorities that on about May 19 they gave the child to a person they identified as “Kathy Nguyen”, whom they met at a cafe and paid for. $200 to take care of the child. Police arrested his parents on 20 May, but the boy has not been found and has not been seen since, despite the police’s best efforts. “The parents did not provide enough details to allow police to identify the person they said was looking after Vinh,” AFP and the court said in a joint statement. Said. Authorities were unable to confirm whether the person caring for the child was known or existed by the name ‘Kathy Nguyen’.” MORE NEWS On April 19, the court ordered that Vinh be placed in the care of her grandmother, but this decision was not complied with. Vinh’s location and the person next to him The order remains in effect as his identity is currently unknown and authorities are concerned for Vinh’s health. Vinh may be in the following parts of NSW: Cabramatta/Bankstown, Liverpool, West Wyalong, Temora and Wagga Wagga. The court ruled that the child’s last time was ‘April 9’ He also said he was seen at a medical practice in the Canberra suburb of O’Connor. The boy has not been seen since, but may have been taken to the Temora area as of April 9.” Police said anyone who knowingly withheld information about the child’s welfare or whereabouts could contribute to a crime. Anyone who has seen or has information about the whereabouts of the child is requested to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote AFP reference 6365180. Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. You can continue to access our trusted content by:


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