Nottingham Police 'concerned' for missing mother Rosemarie Senior and her children

Ms Senior was last seen getting into a car with her boyfriend on Friday

Concerns are growing for the welfare of 24-year-old mother and her two children who have not been seen since getting into a car on Friday.

Rosemarie Senior and her three-year-old daughter Nora Lisa Ward and two-year-old son James Dean Docherty were last seen getting into a car with Ms Senior’s boyfriend, 27-year-old Sidney Winson.

Detectives believe they have links to Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire and may have travelled outside of Nottinghamshire.

Nottinghamshire Police said in a statement: "Police would like to make contact with them to ensure they are safe and well.

"Rosemarie is white and had her black hair tied back. She was wearing jeans a black t-shirt and a black cardigan.

"Sidney is white with short dark hair.

"James is white, has short dark hair and looks older than his years.

"He was wearing brown shoes, blue jeans, and a navy and terracotta long sleeved top.

"Nora is white with light coloured hair. She was wearing sparkly silver ankle trainers and blue jeans with white spots.

"Her top was white with pink sleeves and features a rainbow and cloud and the word 'Cute'."

Anyone with information is asked to contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident 494 of 30 May 2014, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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