Police have made a desperate plea for help in finding a mother and her two children who left home on Monday but never returned.
Brittney Inwood-Hamilton, 26, and her two children, Noah Hamilton, six, and Ruby Hamilton, four, were last seen about 8am on Monday.
The trio were seen leaving their home on Hennesy Cres, Shalvey in Sydney’s outer west, but were reported to police when they failed to return.
Riverstone police have since launched inquiries into their whereabouts, with family concerned for the trio’s safety given the age of the children.
Ms Inwood-Hamilton is described as being of caucasian appearance, 170cm tall, of a thin build, shoulder length brown hair and blue eyes.
She has a distinguishable rose tattoo on her arm and another tattoo on her wrist.
She was last seen wearing black pants, black jacket and white shoes.
Noah is described as being of caucasian appearance, light brown hair and blue eyes.
Ruby is described as being of caucasian appearance, brown hair and blue eyes.
The trio are believed to be driving a red 2007 Toyota Kluger SUV with the NSW registration BBY63U.
They are known to frequent the Blacktown, Guildford, Willmot, Quakers Hill, Shalvey and Mt Druitt areas.
Anyone with information on their whereabouts is urged to contact Riverstone police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Originally published as Sydney mum and two kids missing from city’s west