Concern for the missing Melbourne boy, 12, who disappeared from his home yesterday and was able to control his BMX
- Search continues for Beau Nabelski, 12, who disappeared from his home in Melbourne
- He was last seen by family at Epping's house in the north of the city on Tuesday night
- I believe that I am wearing a purple backpack and maybe on a blue BMX bicycle
- Police and family have serious concerns because his disappearance is out of his character
The police are desperate for a young boy who disappeared from his home in Melbourne on Tuesday evening.
Beau Nabelski, 12, was last seen by his family in his Epping house in the north of the city around 5:40 PM.
Police and concerned family members have serious concerns about the boy's well-being because of his young age and say that his disappearance is out of character.
Victoria Police has publicly released a photo of Beau on Wednesday in the hope that someone will recognize him and have information about his whereabouts.
Beau Nabelski, 12, disappeared from his home in northern Melbourne on Tuesday evening
Beau has an Aboriginal appearance, 156 cm long, thinly built and shaved black hair.
He also has an emerald in his right ear and a birth sign under his left shoulder blade.
Beau was last seen with a V-neck singlet, black, red and yellow shorts, black runners and pink socks.
He was wearing a purple backpack and maybe riding a blue BMX bike.
The police think he is in the nearby suburb of Thomastown.
Anyone who sees Beau or information about their whereabouts is requested to contact Epping Police Station at (03) 9409 8100 or Crime Stoppers at 18000 333 000.
Victoria Police believes that Beau might travel on a blue BMX bike (stock image)