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.
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.
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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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