The Metropolitan Police are appealing for the public's help to find a missing mother and her six-week-old baby.
Isobel Hughes and her daughter Mya were last seen at 10pm on Friday April 1, in Ealing.
Baby Mya requires regular medical checks as she has a heart condition.
Isobel is 20-years-old, 5ft 8ins tall and of slim build. She has links to Windsor, Slough, Reading and Hampshire.
Officers have asked anyone with information on their whereabouts to call Ealing police on 101 or Missing People on 116000.
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Robin Dent, Rothley Parish Council clerk said: "Any news on it must be good news, we just hope that this time something will come of it, obviously everybody thinks of the family around here, we just hope something good comes out."
The McCann family has welcomed the Metropolitan Police's shift from a review to an investigation into missing Madeleine.
It is clearly a big step forward in establishing what happened and, hopefully, towards bringing whoever is responsible for Madeleine's abduction to justice.