Police have launched a search for a missing mother and her three children.
Emma Davies, 30, from Prioslee in Telford, Shropshire, hasn't been seen since Saturday, October 19.
Her son, one-year-old Kenzie Birch, and daughters Amelie, seven, and Laylah, nine, are also missing, according to West Mercia Police.
The force confirmed officers have been carrying out extensive inquiries to find Ms Davies and her children and that they have started to become “increasingly concerned” for their welfare.
The fathers of the three children, who have now been missing for five days, are “distraught” and want them to return home.
Police are appealing for anyone who has seen the family to come forward.
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Superintendent Paul Moxley, of West Mercia Police, said: “Emma has now been missing with her children for five days and it is really important we find them.
“The children’s dads are obviously distraught and want their children home.
“We’re carrying out a lot of inquiries to try and find the family and I would ask anyone who has seen them, or has information about where they may be, to please get in contact with us.”
Anyone with information is urged contact West Mercia Police on 101 quoting reference 728s 191019.