An urgent search is underway to locate a baby who has been missing in Canberra for more than a month.
Hoang Vinh Le, 10 months old, was last seen on April 9 at a medical practise in the Canberra suburb of O’Connor.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia are seeking public assistance to help locate the 10-month-old baby.
“The child was reportedly put into a Silver ISUZU MU-X 4WD with the NSW registration CF72YI,” said a statement jointly released by the AFP and Federal Circuit Court.
The baby has not been seen since, and it is thought he was taken to the Temora area in the northeastern Riverina region of New South Wales.
Hoang Vinh Le, ten months, with his mother, Lyn Kim Do. On the 9th of April, he was last seen in Canberra. Australian Federal Police are the source.
According to the statement, Hoang is with his 21-year-old mother, Lyn Kim Do, and his 28-year-old father, Hoang Thanh Le, who may have also been in the West Wyalong area of the Riverina.
They are currently thought to be in the Sydney suburbs of Liverpool and Bankstown.
Mr. Le is a Vietnamese Australian who stands about 160cm tall and has black, short, spiky hair, black eyes, and fair skin.
Hoang Thanh Le, 28, and Ms Do are said to still be with their son in NSW. Source: Australian Federal Police
He has an Australian accent and goes by the name Sam Le at times.
Hoang’s mother is a Vietnamese-Australian woman with shoulder-length black hair, black eyes, and pale skin.
Anyone with information about the child’s or his parents’ whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 or report anonymously online.