‘Missing children being treated as parental abduction’ – Newry PSNI

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Friday, August 3rd, 2012
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Detectives in Newry are becoming increasingly concerned about the whereabouts of six year old Pinar Boyle and three year old Fernando Boyle. The children are under the care of the Southern Health and Social Care Trust and were last seen with their mother, 35 year old Elizabeth Boyle, during an arranged meeting at Cheeky Monkeys Play Centre, Sheepsbridge, yesterday afternoon, 2nd August. The children were not returned to the care of the Southern Health and Social Care Trust yesterday and it is believed they remain with their mother. The PSNI In Newry have revealed this is being treated as a parental abduction. Police and the Social Care Trust are concerned for the safety and well being of Pinar and Fernando and are appealing to Elizabeth or anyone who knows of their whereabouts to contact them immediately on 0845 600 8000. Elizabeth is described as being 5ft 2in tall, of slim build with blonde, shoulder length hair. When last seen she was wearing pale blue jeans and an orange or peach coloured top. Pinar has light brown, curly, shoulder length hair and was wearing a white dress with pastel flowers along the bottom. Fernando has a swarthy complexion, dark brown hair and brown eyes and was wearing denim shorts and a red polo shirt.

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