Man seen driving kids away from property north of Mackay | 7NEWS

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In breaking news, Police are seeking urgent public help to help locate 4 children missing from a property in Queensland. They were taken by 28 year old man, Joshua Carter, who is known to them from The Leap, north of Mackay, around 11-30 on Thursday morning. Carter is of caucasian appearance with distinctive face tattoos, and was driving a white 2005 Nissan Patrol.

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