HomeAnthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak: Police rule disappearance from Putty home a misadventure

Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak: Police rule disappearance from Putty home a misadventure



Police have concluded their investigation into the disappearance of three-year-old AJ Elfalak from his family home earlier this year.

The disappearance of three-year-old Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak in NSW’s Hunter Valley earlier this year has been ruled misadventure, police have announced.

After a massive search, AJ, who is autistic and non-verbal, was found three days later in a creek in bushland, just 200 metres from the family home at Putty.

NSW Police say an investigation into the incident has now concluded.

“In September 2021, a three-year-old boy went missing at a rural property in the Hunter Valley,” police said in a statement on Friday.

“Following a three-day multi-agency search, the boy was found by PolAir in bushland and reunited with his family.

“Detectives from Hunter Valley Police District commenced an investigation into the boy’s disappearance.

“That investigation has now concluded, and the incident has been determined to be as a result of misadventure.”

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