The Kingaroy teenage twins have been missing since September.Photo Contributed
The Kingaroy teenage twins have been missing since September.Photo Contributed Contributed

Police urge for help to find missing Kingaroy teenage twins

QUEENSLAND Police are appealing for public help to find two teenage sisters that have been missing since September 8.

The two 13-year-old girls, who are identical twins, are suspected to be on Bribie Island after a possible sighting yesterday.

The girls have been in contact with extended family since they went missing from the Kingaroy area in September.

They have a tanned complexion with a slim build, are about 160cms tall with sandy coloured hair and green eyes.

The two girls also have ties to Cairns and the Brisbane suburb of Kallangur.

Anyone with any information can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The Kingaroy teenage twins have been missing since September.Photo Contributed
The Kingaroy teenage twins have been missing since September.Photo Contributed Contributed
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