- Three young teenagers have not been seen since they left school weeks ago
- Georgina Hills, 14, Tyson Giles, 13 and Alex Cupitt, 13, are thought to be together
- NSW Police said the three teenagers have refused to contact family or carers
- The kids are believed to be in the Lismore or Byron Bay areas in NSW
Police are desperately searching for three missing teenagers who haven’t been seen for more than two weeks.
Two boys, Tyson Giles, 13, and Alex Cupitt, 13, and a girl, Georgina Hills, 14, are believed to be in the Byron Bay or Lismore areas.
The teenagers are from Astonville, Lismore and Kyogle NSW.
Georgina Hills, 14, (pictured) is one of three teenagers missing in the Lismore area
Two boys, Tyson Giles, 13, and Alex Cupitt, 13, (pictured) are also missing and believed to be together along with Georgina
NSW Police said Georgina had been to school in Lismore and was last seen on Monday, February 5.
The 14-year-old was reported missing the following day.
Tyson and Alex were also last seen at school in Lismore on Friday, February 2.
The boys were reported missing two weeks after they were last seen.
NSW Police said they believed the three teenagers were travelling together and have refused to contact family or carers.
There are growing concerns for the children’s welfare.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Lismore Police or Crime Stoppers.
Police are desperately searching for the three missing teenagers who have been missing for more than two weeks