Police are increasingly concerned for the safety of a mother and her four children who have gone missing from their home in Worsley, Greater Manchester.
42-year-old Marjory McFarland was reported missing by her husband after he last saw her and the children on Saturday 8 February 2014 at her home on Grosvenor Road, Worsley.
The following day, he received a phone call from Marjory saying she was in Jamaica looking after a sick relative and 13-year-old Ayoka Khalil, four-year-old Akayla Khalil, one-year-old Sajid Khalil and four-month-old Ruby Khalil were with her.
Following enquiries, it transpired the call was made from Motherwell in Scotland.
Marjory McFarland is described as 5ft 7in tall with shoulder length black hair and brown eyes.
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