Woman and baby missing from Kirra found

A KIRRA woman and child reported as missing early this morning have been found safe and well by Queensland Police.

Police called for public assistance to find the 28-year-old women and 18-month old boy at 12.27am.

Around 5pm the woman left a Haig St address with the boy in a stroller and did not make contact with family members, prompting them to contact police.

July 28 to August 3 is National Missing Persons Week, highlighting the 35,000 people reported missing in Australia every year.

Thankfully, this story had a happy ending for all involved.



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