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Shadrak Fields of Goonellebah.
Shadrak Fields of Goonellebah.

Lismore police are still searching for two 13-year-old boys who have been missing since Monday.

Shadrak Fields (pictured with the hat on) is from Goonellabah while Sam Davey is from Nimbin. They were last seen on Keen Street, Lismore around 11am on Tuesday.

Police said the boys’ parents were extremely worried and were seeking assistance from the community to locate their children.

Sam Davey of Nimbin.
Sam Davey of Nimbin.

Anyone with information that would assist police, should contact Lismore police station on 6626-0569 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 


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