Two little girls ‘at significant risk’ after being taken from their home sparking an amber alert are found safe and well at a man’s house
- Two girls, aged one and four, went missing from Caboolture address on Saturday
- Queensland Police Service expressed concerns for the two children’s safety
- They were later found at a Caboolture home ‘safe and sound’ on Sunday
Two missing girls who were feared to have been taken by a man have been found safe and well.
The girls – aged one and four – were found at a Caboolture home, about 50km north of Brisbane, on Sunday.
The pair were ‘located safe and sound’ with a 36-year-old man known to them.
The girls – aged one and four – were found at a Caboolture home, about 50km north of Brisbane, on Sunday
‘A man, known to the children is believed to have taken the children from a Diamond Street address at some point today,’ the urgent alert read.
The first girl is a baby, who is described as having thin brown hair, brown eyes and fair skin.
The second girl is about a metre tall, with brown hair, a fair complexion and a thin build.
The man was described at 180cm tall with an olive complexion.
He has dark hair, brown eyes and is of a ‘proportionate’ build.
The man is believed to be travelling in a 1999 blue Holden Commodore with licence plate 451ZYK
The man is believed to have been travelling in a 1999 blue Holden Commodore with licence plate 451ZYK.
However, police said he may have changed the registration plate.