Police launch urgent appeal to find two missing brothers
Police launch urgent appeal to find two missing brothers, aged 12 and 9, who disappeared during coronavirus lockdown
- Two brothers, aged nine and 12, were last seen in south Manchester on Tuesday
- Police have said in a statement that concerns are growing over their safety
- It is believed that the brothers may have travelled to Gorton or Tameside
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Police have issued an urgent appeal for help to find two missing young brothers.
Kai McLeish, nine, and older brother Danny, 12, were last seen at around 11.30am on the morning of Tuesday, March 31.
The pair were last located on Erneley Close in Levenshulme, south Manchester.
Kai McLeish (left) and his brother Danny were last seen on the morning of Tuesday, March 31
Their whereabouts are now unknown, but police believe they may have travelled to Gorton or Tameside.
Kai is around 4ft tall and wears glasses. He was last seen wearing a green bubble jacket, black Nike trainers, and shorts.
Danny is around 5ft tall and was wearing grey joggers with a long green parka and fur hood.
One of them may be riding a bike.
Greater Manchester Police said: ‘Concerns are growing for their safety and family are desperate for information.
‘If you have seen the brothers please call police immediately.’
Anyone with further information can contact GMP on 101 quoting log number 88/31/03/20.
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