A DAD has gone missing with his three-year-old daughter.
Benson man Ewan Powell was last seen at his daughter Tanith’s home in Worcestershire on Saturday morning and Thames Valley Police has said he was last spoken to yesterday.
The force is now appealing for anyone with information about the missing pair to come forward.
Mr Powell, 42, was described by police as white, 5ft 10ins with short brown hair. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black jumper and brown shoes.
Tanith was described as white, slim, 3ft 3ins, with brown hair. She was last seen wearing a pink coat with flowers on, a grey long sleeve top, dark-coloured leggings and Spiderman trainers.
Ch Insp Elaine Axe, deputy LPA Commander for South and Vale, said: “I am appealing for anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Mr Powell and his daughter to contact police.
“This is out of character for him and we would like to check that he and his daughter are ok."
Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting URN 739 26/5.
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