Two boys, aged 5 and 8, have been missing since Friday as police worry increased in North Belfast

Police in Northern Ireland have become «increasingly concerned» about the well-being of two children from North Belfast who have gone missing since Friday.

PSNI said five-year-old Patrick Hovarth and his older brother Fabricio, eight, were last seen riding in a black Ford in the Limestone Road area of ​​the city on Friday evening.


The two brothers had been missing since Friday eveningCredit: PA
PSNI is asking for public assistance


PSNI is asking for public assistanceCredit: PA: Press Association

police They seek the help of the public to locate the children they think may be accompanied by a relative.

Inspector Phil McCulla said: «We are keen to know that both boys are fine and in good health.

The appeal is missing

“We think they might be accompanied by a relative in northern Ireland Or maybe in Ireland – so I’d like to urge that person to call the police as soon as possible on 101.

Both boys have dark hair and were seen riding in a black Ford around 6pm on Friday May 14th at Limestone Road in Belfast.

At the time, the younger brother, Patrick, was wearing light-colored pants and black boots.

Fabricio was wearing gray pants and a purple and green blouse.

«If any member of the public has any information about the children or has seen them since Friday evening, I urge them to contact the police immediately.»

Garday also confirmed that PSNI believes Fabricio and Patrick may be in the company of a relative in Dublin.

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