UPDATE: Police have confirmed that the five children reported missing from north Queensland have been found safe and well.
The children – a boy aged six and four girls aged five, four, one and two months were subject to an earlier amber alert after they were last seen at a residence in Home Hill yesterday morning.
Police thanked the media and public for their help.
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EARLIER: Police are seeking urgent public assistance to help locate five children missing in Queensland who may be at significant risk.
Police said the children – a boy aged six and four girls aged five, four, one and two months were last seen at a residence in Third Avenue, Home Hill yesterday morning.
They are believed to be travelling in a car in the company of a 31-year-old man, Zane Smallwood.
A police spokesperson said they have issued a statewide alert as they have no idea where the group are or where they could be travelling.
The car is a grey coloured 2002 Ford Falcon sedan with Queensland registration 947-WKD.
Ring 131 564 to provide information about this incident.
Please ring 000 for life threatening information about this incident.