The Queensland Police Service are seeking urgent public assistance to help locate four boys who may be at significant risk after being reported missing from Edmonton.
The Queensland Police Service have located the four boys who were at risk after being reported missing from Edmonton.
The boys were reported to be with a woman known to them.
The woman and the four boys have been located safe and well at an Edmonton address around 3:45pm.
The car had been located a short time earlier in Hartley St, Cairns.
Investigations are continuing.
Police would like to thank the media and the public for their assistance.
The boys were last seen with 27-year-old woman Justine Margaret Murphy (pictured), who is known to them, at an Archibald Street address this morning.
The boys are aged nine, eight, four and eight months old.
It is believed the woman and children may be travelling south to Ingham or Townsville in a white 1997 Holden Commodore sedan with Queensland registration 878UAC.
Justine is described as Aboriginal, 178cm tall with black hair and brown eyes.
Police hold serious concerns for the welfare of the children and are urging anyone with information to contact the Amber Alert hotline on 131 564.
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