Missing Belfast children found safe and well

Missing Belfast children found safe and well

TWO BELFAST brothers who were reported missing from their home in Northern Ireland more than a week ago have been found safe and well.

Fabricio Hovarth, 8, and his brother Patrick, 5, had last been seen getting into the back of a black Ford car at around 6pm on Friday May 14, in the Limestone Road area of Belfast.

Gardaí had traced the pair to the Republic and the North Tipperary area of the country.

They have now returned to Northern Ireland after being located somewhere in the region of Thurles this past Tuesday, May 25.

In the meantime, three people have been arrested in connection with the case.

They have been described as two women aged in their 30s and 50s along with a man said to be aged in his 40s.

The three suspects are being held at garda stations in Templemore and Nenagh.

No other details have been provided at this time.