A search is underway for three Wythenshawe schoolchildren who have gone missing after going on a trip with their father.
Khalid Algehani, 8, Aasayah Algehani, 6, and Maimunah Algehani, 4, were last seen by their mother Dawn Daley on July 30 when their father came to pick them up from her home.
Ms Daley fears she will “never see them again” and believes they are still with their father, her former partner.
He allegedly told her that he was taking the kids to Robin Hood’s Bay in North Yorkshire and that he would return them on August 10.
But she raised the alarm after going to his house to pick them up last Wednesday and finding no one there.
Greater Manchester Police confirmed that a missing person investigation has been launched and that the children are believed to be with a family member.
Detectives are asking anyone with information about their whereabouts to contact them.
Mrs Daley told the M.E.N. as she appealed for the location of her children, ‘I just want to know where my children are. I’m scared I’m never going to see them again. If anyone has any information please contact me or the police immediately.’
A spokesperson for GMP said: ‘On the 10th August 2022, police received a report that three children aged 8, 6 and 4 were missing from their home in Wythenshawe.
‘The children are believed to be with a family member. Enquiries are ongoing to trace the whereabouts of the children.’
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 0161 8566051 quoting log number 3480 of the 10th August 2022. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.