Update: Missing Murray Bridge Boys Found
Police have located the two young boys from Murray Bridge safe and well in New South Wales.
The pair, aged 6 and 3, were last seen just after 4pm yesterday (Wednesday 17 October).
They were believed to be in the company of their mother and father and possibly travelling interstate in a black 1993 Nissan Skyline sedan, SA registration XGY610.
The boys were located at around 1.30pm by New South Wales Police in Broken Hill following information from the public.
The boys were found in company with their mother and father who have been detained by NSW Police.
SA Police are currently working with their New South Wales counterparts with a view to seeking the extradition of a 22-year-old woman and a 33-year-old man from Sturt back to South Australia.
Police would like to thank everyone who helped and kept a look out for the children.
Police are currently searching for two young boys from Murray Bridge who are believed to be in the company of their mother and father and possibly travelling interstate.
The two boys, aged 6 and 3, were last seen just after 4pm today (17 October).
Murray Bridge Police have concerns for the welfare of the boys while they are in their parents care.
They are believed to be travelling in a black 1993 Nissan Skyline sedan with SA registration XGY610 and may be travelling to Victoria or New South Wales.
Police are appealing to the mother and father of the missing children to come forward and contact police.
Anyone who knows the whereabouts of the two missing boys is asked to call the police assistance line immediately on 131 444 or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.