Car found as Police continue search for missing Brisbane siblings

UPDATE @ October 17 2017 1pm | Police have released photos of a man and woman they believe are with three young children, reported missing from Brisbane’s south.

The twin five-year-old girls and their brother, six (all pictured below), have not been seen by their family for more than three weeks.

Police have today reissued the call for help from the public to find them.


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“The children were last sighted by family on September 24 in the Cleveland area in the company of 39-year-old Marcin Kurek,” Police said in a statement.

“Officers now believe the children are also in the company of a 65-year-old Bayside woman.”

PHOTO: Supplied by Queensland Police

It’s thought they could be using public transport after police located the silver Proton they were travelling in, in the Bayside area on Monday.

“Concerns are held for the welfare of the three children due to the length of time since they were last seen.”

Mr Kurek (pictured above left) is described as 175cm tall with thinning blonde hair and green eyes.

The 65-year-old woman (pictured above right) is described as 151cm tall with a fair complexion, blonde hair and blue eyes.

Anyone who sees Mr Kurek, the woman or the children or has any information about their whereabouts is urged to contact police.

Image: Supplied

 

EARLIER @ October 15 2017 7.20am | Three young children have been reported missing from Brisbane, as concerns grow for their welfare.

The six-year-old boy and his twin sisters, aged five, were last seen by family on September 24, but only reported missing on Saturday.

In a statement, Police explained the trio had been seen in the Cleveland area in the company of 39-year-old Marcin Kurek, who is known to them.

“Concerns are held for the welfare of the three children with police asking anyone who knows their current whereabouts or has any information to contact them,” the statement reads.

 

It is unknown what clothing the children may be wearing.

If you have information for Police, please contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using their online form 24 hours per day.

You can also report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24 hours per day. Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation.

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