Police investigating the disappearance of a mother and daughter from Barry are urging for them to get in contact.
Sian Duili, aged 47, and Aisha Duili, aged 8, were last seen in Barry on Tuesday, December 11, and concern is growing for their welfare.
CCTV images show the mother and daughter were in a Costcutter in Gretna, Scotland, yesterday at 1.15pm.
In the footage Sian is wearing a dark coloured jumper and Aisha was wearing a red jumper with ‘Whatever’ in white letters on the front.
The pair were also sighted in Carlisle, Cumbria, yesterday afternoon at around 12.45pm.
Sian has links to the Newcastle and Swindon areas.
She has access to a white Kia Sportage car registration number CE67 RPZ but could also be using another vehicle.
Superintendent Alun Morgan said:
“We are becoming increasingly concerned for Sian and Aisha who have been missing for three days now. We are now very worried for their safety as no contact has been made.
“I am grateful for the support of officers around the country in assisting with extensive enquiries and we are working more closely with Police Scotland and north of England forces to help locate Sian and Aisha.
“I’d like to make a direct appeal to Sian to get in touch with us so that we can make sure that Sian and Aisha are both safe. Friends and family are also extremely concerned.
“I’d also like to ask the public to help us find them. My colleagues and I would be very interested to speak with anyone who may know their whereabouts to please get in contact by calling 101, quoting reference 1800467620, or 999 in an emergency.”