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Authorities are investigating a troubling report of a child, aged between two and three, allegedly being kept in a secured cage at an industrial site. The incident was reported on May 16, prompting an immediate response from NT WorkSafe and Territory Families, Housing and Communities.

The child was reportedly confined in a makeshift enclosure at the worksite, raising serious concerns about their safety and well-being. NT WorkSafe inspectors have launched an inquiry to ensure the child’s safety and to understand the circumstances surrounding the incident.

“Any allegations of child harm are taken extremely seriously. We urge anyone with information or suspicions to come forward,” a spokesperson for the authorities stated.

Collaboration between various agencies is essential in addressing such severe concerns, and the investigation is ongoing to ensure that all necessary measures are taken to protect the child involved. Further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.


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Article Title: NT Police find child kept in cage at Stuart Highway worksite
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