The police are “increasingly concerned” about the missing children

She appealed to the police in Northern Ireland for information about the whereabouts of two children.

Eight-year-old Fabricio Hovarth and his five-year-old brother Patrick were last seen from North Belfast in Belfast Friday evening.

Police say they are becoming “increasingly concerned” about their welfare and are appealing to the public to help locate them.

Police believe the children could be accompanied by a relative in Northern Ireland or perhaps Dublin.

Inspector Phil McCullagh said they were eager to know that both boys were fine and in good health.

“We believe that they may be accompanied by a relative in Northern Ireland or perhaps Ireland, and therefore I would like to appeal to that person to call the police as soon as possible on 101, quoting the reference number 2275 on 5/14/21.”

Callers in the Republic of Ireland, roaming over an Irish network, or anywhere outside the UK should call the Northern Ireland Police Service at 0044 2890 650222.

Police said they were last seen in the back of a black Ford at around 6 p.m. Friday in the Limestone Road area of ​​the city.

Boys are described as having dark hair.

At the time, they were last seen, Patrick was wearing light-colored pants and black boots, while Fabricio was wearing gray pants and a purple-green top.

“If anyone in the audience has any information about the boys or has seen them since Friday evening, I urge them to call the police immediately,” said Inspector McCulla.

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