People in North Yorkshire and Humberside are being asked to help the police find a missing mum from Liverpool.
Merseyside Police is growing increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of 36-year-old Rebecca Collins, whose disappearance on Sunday is totally out of character.
Rebecca (pictured) is with her two sons, Alfie, aged 4, and Archie, aged 3 and is described as being white, around 5ft 2ins tall, with shoulder-length dyed auburn hair and blue eyes.
When she was last seen by a relative at lunchime on Sunday in Winslow Street in north Liverpool, she was wearing a cream and pink flowered ‘all-in-one’ and a cream-coloured jacket.
Her family say her disappearance is totally out of character and are keen to hear that she is safe and well.
She is believed to have other relatives in North Yorkshire and officers in Liverpool believe she may have travelled there, or on to Humberside since Sunday.
Inspector Georgina Minery from Merseyside Police, said:
I would like to appeal directly to Rebecca and ask her simply to get in otuch with the police or a relative to let someone know she and her boys are safe and well. Rebecca is not in any trouble and has not done anything wrong but her disappearance is so out of character and unusual, people are understandably worried. She does not need to call the police but we’d urge that she calls a trusted friend or family member or even the Missing People charity so that someone knows everything is okay.
We believe Rebecca may have travelled outside of Merseyside to Yorkshire and I would like to ask the public in North Yorkshire and Humberside to take a good look at her photo and call us on 101 or Missing People on 116 000 if you remember seeing her or her sons Archie and Alfie in recent days. Your information, however small, could help us establish that they are all safe and well.