The National, Thursday 08th December 2011
By JUNIOR UKAHA
TWO boys – one four years old and the other six – are missing in Port Moresby and their families are asking residents to help locate them.
The four-year-old, from Rigo, Central, went missing on Tuesday at the Jack Pidik Park in Port Moresby.
Relatives and police reports said William Kana was wearing a pair of blue jeans and green T-shirt and playing with his elder sister at the park when he went missing.
William has brown skin complexion, curly hair and is about the average height of a four-year-old child.
The family said they had searched everywhere with relatives and friends but could not find him.
They are appealing to anyone with information to report it to the nearest police station or call Raymond Kana (father) on mobile 7354 1757.
The six-year-old went missing last week at Gordon.
Matthew Lavai, from Opao village in Kerema, Gulf, was last seen wearing a red T-shirt and red beachwear.
Circumstances surrounding his disappearance were also not clear and family members said their search had been fruitless.
They are appealing to the public to help.
Haihe Uruka, the child’s uncle, can be reached on 7343070.