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Cincinnati police officers are winning praise for the way in which they helped a lost little boy.

Officers said they found the three-year-old wandering the city streets around 2:30 a.m. and in desperate need of clothes.

Officer Jamie Landrum went to Walgreens to buy the boy fresh diapers and clothes, including new shoes and a winter coat.

Meanwhile, Officer Will Nastold got down on the floor with the boy to try to help him fall asleep.

A photo of that posted by the CPD to Facebook went viral, and the CPD also recognized Officers Landrum and Nastold on Twitter.

The boy's mother admitted to being intoxicated when she tried to claim him and was arrested on a child abuse charge. The boy was placed in the care of a relative, according to FOX 19.


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