The tranquil calm of Sydney’s western suburbs was shattered over the weekend as four children, three boys and a girl, mysteriously vanished, prompting an urgent and frantic search. The New South Wales Police have issued an urgent appeal to the populace for information regarding the whereabouts of Azaiah El-Hajj, 12, Judah El-Hajj, 9, Mikael El-Hajj, 12, and Malaika El-Hajj,16.
These youngsters haven’t been observed since their last known location at Earle St, Doonside, around the hour of 6.45pm, on the gloomy evening of Saturday, September 16.
The Blacktown Police Area Command was duly alerted by alarmed family members, when multiple attempts at reaching out to the children proved futile. The young quartet, reputed to have a Middle Eastern background, were conspicuously absent and beyond contact.
Considering the tender age of the children, both the family and the police harbour acute anxiety about their wellbeing. Significant details about their last-seen attire were released in the public domain. Azaiah was garbed in blue jean shorts, a blue shirt and black shoes, while Judah was reportedly seen wearing blue track pants, a red long sleeve shirt and black shoes. Mikael was last seen in blue shorts, a black shirt and a pair of red Jordan sneakers.
Meanwhile, Malaika was last seen in the garb of black tights and jumper, with a distinctive image of a female embellished on the back. Encasing her feet were a pair of pink shoes.
The police speculations suggest that the children might be located in the Bankstown or Sutherland locales. They have urged anyone who might have caught sight of the children or possess any inkling about their current location to reach out to either the Blacktown Police Area Command or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.