Appeal for information after woman and child go missing in Glasgow

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Police Scotland is appealing for assistance from the public and the media in trying to locate a 43 year old woman and her four-year-old daughter, missing from Glasgow.

Rodica and Jamaica Rezmives were outside the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

They were stood at the hospital entrance, near the Marks and Spencer, around 10:50am on Tuesday 1 October 2019.

They were speaking to another family member during this time.

The family member left to go and collect a car, however, on their return Rodica and Jamaica had left. They have not been seen or heard from since and were reported missing to the police on Tuesday.

When Rodica was last seen, she was wearing a blue jacket, a scarf, black skirt with white on it, red and white trainers and a blue Tommy Hilfiger bag. Jamaica was wearing a black jacket and a white scarf.

Officers are in the process of accessing CCTV footage for any additional information it could offer.

Rodica has links with Glasgow, Manchester, France and Romania.

Inspector Michelle Grant said: “Our concern for Rodica and Jamaica is growing and we are liaising with family and friends for any information which could lead us to locating them. Jamaica is with her mother but we want to know they are both safe and well. If anyone has any information or knowledge as to their whereabouts, please contact police and pass the information on. If Rodica hears this appeal, please contact us so that we know you and Jamaica are okay.”

Anyone with information is asked to call officers at Cathcart Police Station via 101, quoting incident number 3485 of 1 October 2019.