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HAVE YOU SEEN HIM? Police say boy may be in Queensland

Have you seen six-year-old Lincoln Trigg?
Have you seen six-year-old Lincoln Trigg?

QUEENSLANDERS are being asked to keep an eye out for six-year-old Lincoln Trigg, a missing boy from South Australia.

Police believe the boy is with his father and "they have possibly travelled to Queensland".

They are worried about the boy's welfare.

South Australian Police describe Lincoln as Caucasian, with fair complexion, about 110cm, 30kg, slim build, brown wavy hair and brown eyes.

Police are concerned for his welfare.

If you know Lincoln's whereabouts or see him, please call the police assistance line immediately on 131 444 or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000

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