Photo: the press service of the State Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Astrakhan region
Astrakhan police tracked down an eight-year schoolboy who left home. It is reported by the press service of the regional administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. On the eve, a 37-year-old city dweller applied to the internal affairs bodies with a statement about the disappearance of a child. In the morning she drove her younger daughter to kindergarten, and when she returned home, she discovered the absence of her son.
In the apartment, a woman found a note in which her son carefully warned his mother that he had just set off on a world tour.
For searches second grader formed several groups. A few hours later, a policeman driving along the Volga across the Volga River noticed a young wanderer. The student explained the purpose of his campaign, but admitted that he was already rather tired.
Yulia Bulanova, Head of the Juvenile Unit of the Police Department No. 2, commented:
It turned out that the day before, after reading the book, the boy decided to make the journey. After writing a note to his parents and putting in his backpack his favorite encyclopedias, toys, money from his piggy bank and a banana, he left the house.
The wanderer traveled the first part of his long journey on three shuttles. Having reached the street named after Henri Barbusse, he went on foot. There were no incidents with a second-grader during this time.
Law enforcement officers have already had a preventive conversation with a young geography lover and his mother.
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