Police are desperately searching for three missing children on NSW’s Central Coast who are believed to be in the company of their father.
Nine-year-old Geordi Finlayson-Walker and his sisters, eight-year-old Sahara and five-year-old Havana, were last seen on Lakeview Road at Umina Beach around 11.15am on Saturday.
Police were notified after they failed to return home, with family and authorities concerned for their welfare due to their age.
Geordie is described as being Caucasian appearance, about 125cm to 130cm tall, with a thin build, fair complexion, blond hair and blue eyes.
Sahara is described as being Caucasian appearance, about 125cm to 130cm tall, with a thin build, fair complexion, brown hair and green/hazel eyes.
Havana is described as being Caucasian appearance, about 105cm to 110cm tall, with a thin build, fair complexion, light brown hair and blue eyes.
Police believe the children may be travelling with their father Anthony Walker, aged 58, in a white 2010 Toyota Aurion sedan with NSW registration BNR-21J.
He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 167cm tall, of medium build, with a fair complexion, brown hair and green/hazel eyes.
Police have issued an SMS geo-targeting alert for the Umina Beach area as part of their search, meaning texts from +61 444 444 444 are not a scam.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Geordi, Sahara and Havana has been urged to contact Brisbane Water Police District or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.