Toddler left in Utah corn maze

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According to staff at the Crazy Corn Maze, the boy was emotional, but finally calmed down when a West Jordan officer put a movie on her laptop for the child, reports CBS affiliate KUTV.

It wasn't until the next morning when a woman called police at 7:45 a.m.to say she couldn't find her little boy and feared he was still in the corn maze. Because the boy only revealed his age and the names of his brother and cat, the owners went vehicle to auto and throughout the maze, announcing that a lost child had been found, per KSL.

An officer who was there took the boy to the police station after the corn maze closed and officers contacted the state's Child and Family Services.

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A couple from Utah ended up leaving their child behind at a maze on Monday night but didn't realize he was missing until Tuesday morning.

The mother reportedly said she entered the maze with a large group of adults and children, according to Daily News.

"This was a case of multiple families with multiple children living in the same home."

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Once they found the child, they tried to find his parents, but nobody came forward.

"The fact that it took so long for them to realize the child was missing - was it purely an accident?" A police officer took the boy to her vehicle and played a movie for him, Fox 13 Salt Lake City reported.

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