Police issue third appeal for missing Tooting woman Kimberley Richards and her three children
Police have repeated their calls for help finding a missing family.
For the third time this month the police have issued an appeal for help finding 26-year-old Kimberley Richards who is missing with her three children Moustapha Abdulrahman Amin, three, Tamara Abdulrahman Amin, one, and Tabitha Richards who is six months-old.
Missing: Kimberley Richards
The family were reported missing on Sunday, 23 February but the last known sighting of them was on Sunday, February 2, at 8am, at their former address in Tooting Grove.
There is no evidence to suggest they have come to any harm but officers are keen to establish the family is safe and well.
Officers say the family may have subsequently been in the Newham area and also said Kimberley used to live in Wales so it is possible she travelled to the South Wales region.
Kimberley is described as white and of medium build. She sometimes wears loose fitting Islamic dress and a head scarf.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Kimberley or her children should call 101 quoting reference 14MIS006189.
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