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State wide search for missing children

Luke Smith and Hayleigh Smith
Luke Smith and Hayleigh Smith

SERIOUS concerns are being held for the welfare of two children missing in New South Wales.

Luke Smith and Hayleigh Smith, aged 11 and 12 were last seen at home in Sydney's south almost 48 hours ago.

They haven't been seen or heard from since.

It is believed they may be travelling with their mother, Nicole Boyle, aged 36 and a man, Neville Kerslake, aged 50 in a blue 2005 Ford Falcon with NSW registration DNJ 48E.

Nicole Boyle
Nicole Boyle

Police are seeking urgent public assistance and reminding the public to be on alert and report any sightings of the children, woman or man or the blue Ford Falcon.

Luke Smith, aged 11, is described as being of Caucasian appearance, of thin build, about 105cm tall.

Hayleigh Smith, aged 12, is described as being of Caucasian appearance, of very thin build and about 150cm tall.

Nicole Boyle, aged 36, is described as being of Caucasian appearance, of large build, about 155cm tall. She has brown eyes and brown hair.

Neville Kerslake, aged 50, is described as being of Caucasian appearance, of medium build, about 175cm tall. He has brown eyes with grey hair.

Neville Kerslake
Neville Kerslake

Investigators still believe they might be in the southern part of NSW.

Ring Triple Zero (000) to provide any information about this incident.

Topics:  missing new south wales nsw police force

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