FIND THEM

Police launch desperate hunt for vulnerable mum and two children missing for two days

COPS are trying to track down Farrah Fadli (or Gillespie), 29, and her kids, McKenzie Scullion, 10, and four-year-old Eva Kerr.

Mum Farrah

A VULNERABLE woman and her two children have gone missing from their home in Ayr.
Cops
are desperately trying to track down Farrah Fadli (or Gillespie), 29,
and her kids, McKenzie Scullion, 10, and four-year-old Eva Kerr.
The mother, who lives in the town’s Thornyflat Drive, was last seen on Wednesday morning, at around 11am, by one of her friends.
It is believed the youngsters were with her at the time.

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Farrah Fadli

Farrah has not been in touch with friends or family in the two days since, and it is the first time she has vanished.

Police say they are becoming “increasingly concerned” for the
family’s welfare and have appealed to the public to get in touch if
they know where they are.
Farrah is described as 5ft 4 inches in
height, of slim build with dyed blonde hair. It is not known what
clothes she was wearing at the time she was last seen.

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Son McKenzie

Meanwhile, McKenzie is around 4ft 10inches in height, of average build, with brown hair and blue eyes.
Youngest child Eva is of average height and build for her age, and has blonde hair and blue eyes.

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Little Eva

Inspector Jim Hendrie, of Ayr police office, is leading the hunt.
Telling
that, although there is no reason to believe the children have come to
harm, time is of the essence, he said: “Farrah hasn’t been in touch with
anyone since Wednesday, which is out of character.
We’re
continuing enquiries to trace Farrah and her children, because as time
passes, we are becoming very concerned for their welfare.

“I would ask anyone who knows where Farrah is to contact
police. It is imperative that we find her and her two children safe and
well.”


Anyone who can assist the team is asked to contact police on 101.

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