Police say time is running out for a five year old boy with a brain tumour from Southsea who was taken from hospital by his parents.
Officers say they have serious concerns for the life of Ashya King as he needs constant medical care.
His parents, who are believed to be Jehovah's Witnesses, took him out of Southampton General against doctors wishes yesterday afternoon, and boarded a ferry to Cherbourg along with his six siblings.
ITV Meridian spoke to Assistant Chief Constable Chris Shead from Hampshire Constabulary.
More top news
A GP in Surrey has launched a petition calling for a £90m fine handed to two drugs companies, to be reinvested in the NHS and epilepsy care.
Friday evening's weather update for the east
Friday evening's weather update for the west