Please keep a lookout for these two boys, aged 12 and 10, who both have missing for five days.
Please keep a lookout for these two boys, aged 12 and 10, who both have missing for five days.

Toowoomba boys, 12 and 10, missing for 5 days now found

UPDATE: TWO Toowoomba boys, who vanished for five whole days, have been found by police.

It is believed the 12 and 10-year-old travelled up to 65km after they were seen at a shopping centre in Wilsonton on August 8.

They caught a taxi to Hanntonvale then travelled by bus to Ebbw Vale. 

Queensland Police Service issued the statement at 8.55pm last night. 

The boys are safe and well. 

EARLIER: TWO Toowoomba boys have been missing for five days.

Police are appealing to the public with concerns for their welfare due to how long they've been missing. 

The boys, aged 12 and 10, were last seen on August 8 at around 4.30pm at a shopping centre in Wilsonton.

It is believed they travelled by taxi to a Roadhouse in Hattonvale before travelling by bus to Ebbw Vale.

Police are asking the public if anyone has seen this boy who has been missing for five days
Police are asking the public if anyone has seen this boy who has been missing for five days

The 12-year-old is described as being Caucasian in appearance, around 145cms tall and has a slim build and blonde hair with a long fringe.

The 10-year-old is described as being Caucasian in appearance, around 140cms tall and has a slim build and blonde hair with a long fringe.


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