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Search for teens moves to Kentlyn

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Kentlyn: focus of search this morning for two teenagers.

Police from Campbelltown Local Area Command will continue their search for two missing teens in the Campbelltown area today, with their focus turning to the semi rural suburb of Kentlyn.

Polair helicopters were spotted over Kentlyn just a few minutes ago.

Yesterday afternoon, two 14-year-old boys in a black BMW were involved in a pursuit with police that started in Bradbury, and ended in the reserve off Banooke Way, Airds.

The two boys were last seen running from the car into bushland east of the Airds area.

Police commenced a search of the area with the assistance of Polair and the Dog Squad without success.

About 8.50pm one of the boys made contact with his mother via a mobile phone suggesting that they were lost.

The mother contacted police and a triangulation of the phone call was completed narrowing the search down to an area near the Keith Longhurst Reserve.

A search of the area was conducted by officers from Campbelltown, with the assistance of the Medical Retrieval Helicopter, but were unable to locate the boys.

The search will continue today concentrating on an area around Kentlyn.

Police are appealing for any member of the public with information that may assist them to locate the pair, they should call triple 0.

 

 

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