A spokesman from Hampshire and Isle of Wight Police have released a statement about yesterday's events in Ryde.
We were called at 1.21pm on Monday by HM Coastguard to assist with the search for two boys reported missing on the seafront at Ryde on the Isle of Wight. A man and woman said they had last seen the two boys at around 12pm on Monday going into the water between the Ryde Inshore Rescue building and Appley Tower. Police deployed officers and staff to check nearby public places, tourist attractions and hotels.An address given for the family on the Isle of Wight was checked by officers. The details provided were found to be incorrect."
The HM Coastguard stood down its search of the sea and shore in Ryde at 4.15pm on Monday as they received no further information to suggest the children were in danger.
The police are renewing an appeal for the parents or any relatives of these two boys to contact them.
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