MATTAPAN (CBS) — Boston Police have reunited a young boy with his family nearly 24 hours after he was found wandering barefoot at a Mattapan playground.

Police said the boy, who was in good health, was found around 6:33 p.m. Saturday wandering around the Ryan Playground on River Street. The boy, who told police his first name is Adriel, is believed to be between two and three years old.

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“It’s very shocking and sad that a little kid would be walking around with his parents,” a concerned parent told WBZ-TV.

“It’s terrifying; if I ever lost my child, I’d be heartbroken, I’d be searching until I find them,” another parent said.

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The child, who told police his name is Adriel, was found barefoot and alone at a Mattapan playground. (Boston Police Department)

The child, who told police his name is Adriel, was found barefoot and alone at a Mattapan playground. (Boston Police Department)

Police said nobody had reported the child missing.

According to police, the boy is about two feet tall, weighs about thirty pounds, and has a medium brown complexion with brown hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a grey t-shirt and riding a red tricycle when found.

The boy was taken into custody by the Department of Children and Families while the agency investigates the incident.

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Police say no charges have been filed.