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Police to try to find missing boys in Malmö

Published torsdag 12 februari 2015 kl 19.09
Malmö centralstation
A snapshot from the video published and edited by Sydsvenskan.

Police in Malmö say they have now started a manhunt to find two young boys that have gone missing in the city.

The boys, around 10 years old, were originally on the run when they were caught by security guards at Malmö central train station, and treated roughly by the guards while waiting for the police to take care of them. One guard sat on one of the boys, with the boy's head hitting the floor several times during the fracas.

They were then taken back to their care home, but have since escaped again.

Police said originally they were not looking for the boys, but now say the boys may have a relative somewhere in the country and they are now trying to locate them.

It is thought the young boys may be lone migrants, and do not yet speak Swedish.

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