Hinckley law enforcement say ‘thank you’ for items loaded into Santa’s sleigh for small boy abandoned in cemetery

HINCKLEY, Ohio (WJW) — Law enforcement in Hinckley are thanking the community for a bounty of items dropped off for a minimal boy who was abandoned in a cemetery previously this thirty day period.

The incident took place at the Hope Memorial Gardens in Hinckley Dec. 23. A witness informed law enforcement she saw a vehicle speed absent with a very little boy and pet chasing soon after it.

The Hinckley Police Department posted small Tony’s photograph in hopes of acquiring his parents. Law enforcement established their identities afterwards in the working day.

Tony was accomplishing really well in the loving household of a foster household.

On Xmas Eve, Hinckley law enforcement posted a photo of a foyer whole of items dropped off there for Tony.

The submit stated:

“From all of us at HPD we want to thank all people for your kindness, thoughts, prayers and frustrating appreciate. Our foyer is entire from the items that have been dropped off. I attained out to my good friend Santa and tomorrow morning just after he has completed his deliveries he is heading to quit at HPD. We are likely to load the sleigh and make a single closing stop to see a our very little close friend. Merry Xmas pals God Bless!”