The boy was visiting the maze in West Jordan on Monday, Oct. 9, with a large family group, but was left behind.
But Schmidt said maze workers and police were unable to locate the boy's family and "we couldn't get him to give us his name".
Monday at 7:32 p.m., the child was spotted near the Crazy Corn Maze in West Jordan, Utah by a woman.
One of the corn maze owners, Kendall Schmidt, said they did everything they could, including going vehicle to auto.
The boy was placed into custody of the Utah Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) for the night.
The parents woke up and realized the child was gone after they got home from the corn maze.
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Twelve hours later, the mother noticed her son was missing and called police, according to Spanish Fork police Sgt. Joe Monson.
The child was said not to be injured.
Officials said the child and his family live in a home shared with other families.
Employees told police they found the boy by himself and that no one had come forward to claim him by the time the maze closed.
It is unclear whether the boy has been released to family members.
The police sergeant said the incident is still under investigation and criminal charges could be brought in the case.