'Abducted' 12-year-old boy found in another state
The 12-year-old Queensland boy who was allegedly abducted yesterday afternoon, has been found uninjured, in New South Wales.
Police earlier issued an Amber Alert calling for urgent public assistance to help locate the Mudgeeraba schoolboy who was last seen on Clover Hill Drive at 3.45pm.
He was found by police in Grafton, New South Wales Saturday morning, and is believed to have suffered no major injuries, The Queensland Police Service confirmed in a statement.
A 53-year-old man is assisting police with inquiries.
CCTV of missing 12-year-old moments before he was pulled into car
Police hold fears for missing 12-year-old who was pulled into car
Police are still looking to locate the dark blue 2013 Jeep Compass with Queensland registration 760 TNH believed to be linked the boy’s disappearance.
The Queensland Police Service will continue with liaise with New South Wales Police as part of their investigations, a spokesperson said.
Police thanked the media and the public for their assistance in locating the boy.
Anyone with further information is encouraged to call 131 564.