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Police Search for Five Missing Kids

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LAS VEGAS - Metro Police is asking the public for help with locating five missing juveniles.

Police say 11-year-old Luchiano Nicholas, 9-year-old Sarah Nicholas, 7-year-old Demetri Nicholas, 14-year-old Savannah Nicolas and 13-year-old Violet Bimbo-Nicholas were last seen in the area of Cheyenne Boulevard and Rainbow Boulevard.

Luchiano was last seen wearing red swim shorts, no shirt, with black and white shoes. Sarah was last seen wearing a purple shirt and pink shorts. Demetri was last seen wearing a black shirt, green swim shorts and black shoes.

Police are also asking valley hospitals to be on the lookout for the kids in the event they seek medical care. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact Metro Police at (702) 828-2907 during business hours or (702) 828-3111 after hours.

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