A young person has been found after a significant search operation on Monday night.
Police, SES, CFA, Ambulance Victoria and nearby neighbours all assisted in the search near Vectis, after a child was reported missing around 8pm.
Family members contacted police after the young child "wandered off" from a farming property.
Dimboola Sergeant Veronica Dempsey said it was a huge effort from search teams to locate the youngster.
"We had a massive contingent of local police from Horsham, Warracknabeal, Murtoa and Dimboola, as well as SES, CFA and some off-duty Ambulance Victoria members," she said.
"We also had specialist resources from police search and rescue, and K-9 search support.
"Thankfully after about an hour and a half, the little person was located safe and well and returned to a very happy family."
Sgt Dempsey said it was a particularly special effort from SES to help in the search efforts.
SES crews from across the region had worked extensively on Monday to clean-up after a tornado hit Horsham's north.
"It was just a massive day for them, and to get a callout like this, it was just incredible to see how they stepped up and made themselves available," she said.
"They really assisted in helping us find the missing youngster."
Sgt Dempsey said it was a relief for the family as the young child was found after a worrying couple of hours.
"It was a really large scale operation," she said.
"We stopped trains, talked to truck drivers, and so many neighbours also offered assistance.
"We want to thank everyone that assisted at the time."
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