Boy, 4, missing in Turkey after travelling to beach city with his mum
A four-year-old boy has gone missing from his family’s home in Turkey while they were visiting a beach city.
The disappearance of a child in Turkey is a shocking situation that is very difficult to deal with. The family of the four-year-old boy have been desperately searching for him, but to no avail. The boy was last seen at the family home on Tuesday, before he travelled to a beach city with his mother. The boy’s father told reporters that he left the house at 8am, and the boy’s mother told police that she left at 10am. The boy’s father said that the boy’s mobile phone has been switched off since the morning. The mother of the boy has been placed under arrest, and the boy’s parents are pleading with people to help find their son.
The boy’s mother, Fatma, told reporters that her son was with her when she went to the bathroom. When she came out, he was gone. She said that she had been watching him and that he was wearing a blue T-shirt and a red cap. She said that he had not left the house before she went to the bathroom. She added that she had looked for him in the apartment complex and that there was no sign of him.
A four-year-old boy has gone missing in the Turkish resort city of Bodrum after travelling to the city with his mother. The boy’s family reported him missing when they failed to return home after an outing to Bodrum. The local police department said the boy was last seen on Wednesday morning at around 10am. He was wearing a green T-shirt and grey shorts. The boy’s mother told police she left her son with a babysitter on Wednesday while she went shopping. The babysitter said she had not seen the boy since then. The babysitter also told police that the boy had not taken any money or mobile phone with him.
The mother of a four-year-old boy has gone missing in the Turkish resort city of Bodrum after she took her son and a friend to the beach. The boy is believed to have been separated from his mother and friend when they went to the beach in the early hours of Saturday.