Search for Gladstone boy, 11, after he went to a skate park on June 26 but failed to come home


Desperate search for missing boy, 11, a WEEK after he went to a skate park but never came home as his family launch frantic appeal to find him

  • Police are searching for a Queensland boy who went missing last Sunday
  • The boy, 11, had gone to a skate park in Gladstone and failed to return home
  • He was last seen at a shopping centre on Dawson Highway in West Gladstone

A desperate search has been launched for a boy who went missing after going to a Queensland skate park.

The boy, aged 11, went to the Yarroon Street skate park in Gladstone last Sunday around 4pm.

He didn’t returned home, prompting his family to report his disappearance to police.

An 11-year-old boy (pictured) has been reported missing since last Sunday after he went to a skatepark in Gladstone, Queensland

The boy was last spotted at a shopping centre on Dawson Highway in West Gladstone the following Monday. 

He was wearing a black jumper, white and brown long-sleeved shirt, black trousers and black running shoes.

Police report the boy could be in Rockhampton. 

The boy’s family hold concerns for his wellbeing due to his young age and because he doesn’t have access to money. 

He is described as being about 145 centimetres tall, fair complexion, with a slim build, ginger hair with a mullet and blue eyes.

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or www.crimestoppersqld.com.au. 

The boy has been described as being about 145 centimetres tall, fair complexion, with a slim build, ginger hair with a mullet and blue eyes

The boy has been described as being about 145 centimetres tall, fair complexion, with a slim build, ginger hair with a mullet and blue eyes

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