Police are searching for a heavily pregnant woman and her three children after they disappeared from a park in Sydney’s south-west on Sunday afternoon.
The family was last seen about 2pm at Koshigaya Park in Campbelltown, and police have now appealed for public help to find them.
Police and family have growing concerns for the children’s welfare, as all three live with medical conditions and do not have their medication.
The family was last seen at 2pm on Sunday.Credit:NSW Police
Police have released photos of Elizabeth Harpley, 36, and her sons, Mathew Harpley, 10, Christopher Harpley, 9, and Mitchell Devine-Harpley, 5, as part of the public appeal.
“Police are urging anyone who sights the children to contact Triple Zero (000) immediately,” police said in a statement.
Police believe the group may be travelling with a 49-year-old man, who is known to the family. The public has been asked to keep an eye out for the man’s vehicle – a red Jeep with Queensland registration plates 061VKM.
Police believe he is the father of one of the children.
Elizabeth Harpley is described as being heavily pregnant, of Caucasian appearance with medium-length brown hair. She was last seen wearing jeans, a black T-shirt and a cardigan.
Mathew has a slim build and short, blond, curly hair, and was last seen wearing blue jeans and a dark green hooded jumper.
Christopher has a slim build with short, brown, curly hair and was last seen wearing blue jeans with a brown hooded jumper, while the youngest Mitchell has a slim build with short, blond, wavy hair. He was last seen wearing dark blue jeans and a yellow T-shirt.
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