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UPDATE: On Feb. 14, police said the 12-year-old boy had been found. The search for his older siblings remained ongoing. PIX11 News removed the boy’s name and image after he was located.

STATEN ISLAND (PIX11) — A Staten Island girl and her two younger brothers have been missing for days, police said Wednesday.

They were last seen at their Hill Street home in the Stapleton Houses around 8 a.m. on Jan. 25, officials said. They were reported missing the next day.

Each of the siblings has brown eyes. An NYPD official said it’s believed they ran away from home.

The youngest, is 12, police said. He went missing alongside 15-year-old brother Jaelen Bousted and 17-year-old sister Zairy Rivera.

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