Toddler found erratic Brooklyn streets past midnight

A child believed to be about 3 was found erratic a streets in Brooklyn in a center of a night — and now military are perplexing to figure out how he got out of his grandmother’s home.

The toddler was wearing usually a T-shirt and blue jeans when a passerby saw him during Livonia Ave. and Herzl St. in Brownsville about 1:10 a.m. Thursday. Temperatures were usually in a high 30s.

Police had no approach of identifying a child and expelled a print to a open of him.

When his grandmother woke adult and saw a child was not in bed she insincere his mom had come by to collect him up, a military source said.

But when a grandmother checked with a mom and found she did not have him she called police, who were still perplexing to brand a boy.

The grandmother told military a mom had forsaken him off Wednesday night since she had an early appointment Thursday morning — and that she went to bed after putting a child to sleep.

Cops are questioning how a child wound adult on a street.

The child was taken to Kings County Hospital for regard though seemed to be in good health, officials said.

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