Police search for boys abducted from Loganlea

POLICE are seeking urgent public assistance to help locate two boys who may be at risk after they abducted from Loganlea on Tuesday afternoon.

Police said the boys, aged three and four, were taken from Errol Street at about 3.30pm by a man driving a silver 2003 Toyota Camry sedan bearing Queensland registration 564IGC.

The car was last seen at Logan Village on Camp Cable Road around 4.45pm travelling west.

The children were taken by a 30-year-old man described as 180cm tall, of heavy build, of Papua New Guinean appearance, tanned complexion, with collar length dark curly hair, black bushy beard and was wearing black shorts and a black t-shirt.

The children are described as having very short haircuts; one has a tanned complexion the other is described as fair.

Both are believed to be wearing denim shorts, one boy was not wearing a shirt.

Phone 131 564 to provide any other information, or phone 000 to provide life threatening information about this incident.



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