The parents of a little boy who turned up to a home in regional NSW dressed in pyjamas and alone have been found.
A desperate search for the parents of an Albury boy who turned up unaccompanied to a house alone in the middle of the night, dressed in pyjamas, has ended in relief.
The child was reunited with his parents just after 8am on Friday.
Earlier, police said the boy turned up at a house on Waratah Street, West Albury, about 4.30am. He was alone and wearing pyjamas with Bluey the dog on them.
It sparked a frantic search for his parents. He was cared for by officers until they found them.
“Police would like to thank the public for their assistance with this matter,” NSW Police said in a statement.