Horror as two little children are ‘taken by their father in the middle of the night’ in a white SUV after he forced their mum out in the middle of the road – as police hold ‘extreme concerns’ for the kids
Police are urgently searching for two missing children after they were allegedly taken from their eastern Sydney home in the middle of the night by their father.
Bowie and Basten Dowlut, aged four and ten respectively, were with their parents at a property on Carthona Avenue, in Darling Point, at about 2.30am on Thursday.
Their father Dennis Dowlut, 47, then packed the family-of-four into a white 2014 SsangYong Actyon SUV, declaring he intended to drive to Melbourne.
The children’s mother strongly protested the late night journey and was thrown out of the car at about 3am in Alexandria.
Bowie and Basten Dowlut, aged four and ten respectively, were with their parents at a property on Carthona Avenue, in Darling Point, at about 2.30am on Thursday
The woman then contacted police.
Pictured: Dennis Dowlut
‘There are extreme concerns for the safety of the children, and as such police are asking the public to be on alert, not approach but report any sightings of this man, or vehicle to Triple Zero (000),’ a NSW Police release read.
Mr Dowlut is described as being of Mauritian background with an olive complexion. He is about 180cm tall, of slim build, and balding.
The 47-year-old was last seen wearing black pants, a white t-shirt, khaki puffer jacket, and a red beanie.
His daughter Bowie has an olive complexion, long brown hair and brown eyes. She was dressed in white pyjamas with pink unicorn symbols.
Basten has an olive complexion, short brown hair and brown eyes. He wore white pyjama pants, a white t-shirt, and black puffer jacket.
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