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Have you seen this eight-year-old? Police need your help

Police are seeking public assistance to locate an eight year-old boy reported missing from Slacks Creek.
Police are seeking public assistance to locate an eight year-old boy reported missing from Slacks Creek. Queensland Police Service

HAVE you seen this eight-year-old boy?

He was last seen in the Logan suburb of Slacks Creek, south of Brisbane, at 2.45pm on Monday.

The boy has not been in contact with his family since, and police hold concerns for him due to his age.

Police describe the boy as Caucasian, 140cm tall with a slight build, short blonde hair and brown eyes.

He was last seen wearing a grey shirt with white writing and dark grey shorts.

If you have seen the boy or know of his whereabouts is urged to contact police.

Topics:  missing persons police queensland

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