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Desperate search for missing three-year-old after she vanished from a home with a 33-year-old man 

A desperate search has been launched for a three-year-old girl who vanished with a 33-year-old man. 

Police are seeking urgent public assistance to help locate the pair who were reported missing from Beenleigh, south of Brisbane, on Sunday afternoon. 

The man and young girl, who police described as ‘high risk’, left a home on Lehville Street at about 3.40pm on foot and have not been seen or heard from since.   

A desperate search has been launched for a three-year-old-girl (pictured right) who vanished with a 33-year-old man (left) from a home in Beenleigh, south of Brisbane, on Sunday

A desperate search has been launched for a three-year-old-girl (pictured right) who vanished with a 33-year-old man (left) from a home in Beenleigh, south of Brisbane, on Sunday

A desperate search has been launched for a three-year-old-girl (pictured right) who vanished with a 33-year-old man (left) from a home in Beenleigh, south of Brisbane, on Sunday

The man and girl (pictured) have not been since since they left the home on foot at 3.40pm

The man and girl (pictured) have not been since since they left the home on foot at 3.40pm

The man and girl (pictured) have not been since since they left the home on foot at 3.40pm 

Both police and family members hold concerns for their welfare because of a medical condition.    

The 33-year-old has been described as 178cm tall and of Caucasian appearance. 

He has brown hair, blue eyes and a proportional build.  

The three-year-old girl was described as Caucasian and 80cm tall. 

She has brown hair, blue eyes and a small build. 

Anyone who has seen the pair or has information about their whereabouts has been urged to contact police.  

Anyone who has seen the pair (pictured) has been urged to contact Queensland Police

Anyone who has seen the pair (pictured) has been urged to contact Queensland Police

Anyone who has seen the pair (pictured) has been urged to contact Queensland Police 

Source: Daily Mail Australia | News Colony

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