Police in Ealing say Aymen Elmi has been found safe and well.
The seven-year-old ran away from his mother earlier today.
He's now been reunited with his mother.
Police in Ealing are appealing for the public's help in tracing a missing 7-year-old boy.
Aymen Elmi was last seen in Southall town centre at 12:20 today, heading north from Southall Train Station after running away from his mother.
He has not gone missing before.
Aymen is described as a black boy, 4 foot 5 inches tall and of medium build. He was last seen wearing a dark coloured baseball hat with NY in red letters, dark blue hooded top, purple T-shirt, black tracksuit bottoms and grey running shoes.
Anyone with information should contact Ealing Police on 101.
She was found by an off-duty police officer slumped in a doorway in Uxbridge Road, Hanwell on Sunday evening.Read the full story ›
We were called at 5.31pm to Uxbridge Road.
From the information received, it was established that the patient was conscious, but unfortunately because we were very busy we were not able to send an ambulance immediately.
We did dispatch crews at two different times, but they were then redirected to other patients who were reported to be more seriously ill or injured.
We arrived at the scene just before 8.30pm and the patient was taken to hospital.
The woman's condition is unknown.
At one point the woman was being looked after by six police officers who covered her with a foil blanket. The nearest hospital, Ealing, where the Accident & Emergency Department faces closure, is just 200m away
A woman who collapsed in a street in west London waited more than three hours for an ambulance. She was found by an off-duty police officer slumped in a doorway in Uxbridge Road, Hanwell at 5.15pm on Sunday evening.
The officer alerted colleagues who called for an ambulance. It finally arrived at 8.30pm.
Concern is growing for a teenage boy from Ealing who has been missing for five days.
Prenda Malungo, 17, was last seen at Botwell Lane in Hayes in the early hours of the morning on Thursday 12 June.
He needs medication, which he has not taken for five days.
Police have described Prenda as black, 5ft 11in, athletic build, wearing grey top, grey tracksuit and white air max trainers.
The travellers who had been at Gunnersbury Park since Sunday left late last night and moved on to Blondin Park.
Speaking to actonw3.com, Tom Jenkins from Ealing, said: "They left tracks across the pitch and are leaving rubbish strewn across the field and driving cars and vans in and out through the south east gate, across the footpath and field with little or no concern for the people walking in the park.
"A school sports day planned for today has been cancelled as a result. Added to this, in little over 24 hours the beautiful bluebell footpath has become a tip for several tons of building waste. This looks like at least 6 truck loads of rubble.''
Gunnersbury Park has been closed because of fears over safety after a group of travellers began camping out over the weekend. Hounslow Council was told by police to close the area.
In a short statement the council said: "Following the advice of local police, we are closing Gunnersbury Park in the interests of public safety. We have not made this decision lightly, and will reopen the park as soon as possible."
London boroughs' total bill for repairing the capital's potholes last year came to £6,339,040. Ealing came top, spending almost £1m.Read the full story ›