Police release images of twin girls missing from Qld for over two years

The father of two young girls, abducted by their mother more than two years ago, has made a desperate plea for information to get his daughters back.

Bronte and Isabella Watter were 7-years-old when they vanished from Townsville on April 4, 2014 and have not been seen since.

Despite desperate attempts to locate the girls and their mother, 43-year-old Catherine Watter, there has been no luck.


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Police say they hold serious concerns for the welfare of the children as this will be the third Christmas they haven’t been seen or heard from by family and friends.

Today, detectives unveiled computer-generated images depicting what the girls may look like now.

Police are asking people travelling over the Christmas period to be vigilant of the missing girls and their mother and to contact officers if they are sighted. Detectives said the trio could be anywhere in Australia.

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PHOTO: Supplied – Qld Police

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of mother Catherine Watter while warrants to return the children to their father’s custody have also been issued by the Family Law Court.

PHOTO: QLD POLICE | A warrant has been issued for the arrest of 43-year-old woman Catherine Watter.

PHOTO: QLD POLICE | A warrant has been issued for the arrest of 43-year-old woman Catherine Watter.

At the time of their disappearance Bronte was described as being approximately 100cm tall, slight build, fair skin and long light brown hair.

Isabella was described as being approximately 100cm tall, slight build, fair skin and short light brown hair.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Bronte, Isabella and Catherine are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

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