Two children missing from beds found on Sunshine Coast

TWO children reported missing from their beds in Woolloongabba have been found safe and well on the Sunshine Coast.

The children, 7-year-old James and his 6-year-old sister Jade, went  missing from Woolloongabba overnight after last being seen  in their beds at their Flower St address around 8.30pm.

They were noticed as missing about 2.30am.

Police earlier called for public help in their search  as they held "serious concerns" for the safety and wellbeing of the children.

They were believed to have been travelling with a woman who lives at Nambour and Gympie.

Topics:  child safety crime missing people police

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