Police are still searching for two missing teenagers who disappeared from a health unit at the Tamworth hospital.
Officers have been searching on Friday morning for Corey Carpenter and Andrew Jones, both aged 19.
The pair left the Banksia health unit in Tamworth earlier this week.
Police confirmed the pair left the facility together, but officers have conceded they don't know where the boys are headed or if they're still together.
An Oxley police spokesperson said officers had been tasked to search for the teenagers on Friday, with car crews patrolling parts of Tamworth.
Police are urging the public to keep a look out for the boys, with officers concerned for their welfare.
They're urging anyone who spots the teenagers to contact Tamworth police immediately on 6768 2999.
POLICE are urgently appealing for public help to find two men missing from a Tamworth health unit.
Corey Carpenter and Andrew Jones disappeared from the Banksia health unit in Tamworth on Thursday.
Police are urging the public to be on the look out for the pair, both aged 19. It's unknown if they're together, or left Tamworth hospital separately.
Andrew is described as having a fair complexion. He was last seen wearing light tracksuit pants with a dark blue hooded jumper.
Corey is described as having a medium build, fair complexion, black hair and about 175cm tall.
He was last seen wearing a black winter jacket, grey hooded jumper and black tracksuit pants.
Police said they had concerns for the welfare of both teenagers who were "receiving medical treatment at the time of [their] disappearance from Banksia Health Department".
Anyone who knows the location of the pair, or sights either of the men, is urged to contact Tamworth Police Station on 6768 2999.