Columbus toddler returned home overnight after reported missing Sunday

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)– Columbus Police police say a toddler returned home early Monday morning after he was reported missing Sunday night.

Mylo Epp was reported missing after he was last seen with his grandmother in the Forest Park West area.

Police say Epp and his grandmother, 44-year-old Elizabeth Brown, went for a walk around 5 p.m. Sunday near Satinwood Dr. and Ironwood Dr.

Epp was riding in a black stroller with a black diaper bag, according to the police report.

The toddler was wearing a gray dinosaur t-shirt and black pants. He is Hispanic with brown hair and brown eyes and weights 15lbs, police say. Brown was last seen wearing a gray shirt, black jean shorts, black sandals. She has a rose tattoo on her right ankle and was carrying a red purse.

If you have any information, please call Columbus police at 614 645-4545.

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