West Midlands Police are today searching for a missing 9 week old bay girl named Lana-Mai who has been reported missing.
Police Officers attended Prince Street, Pleck at 2.20am this morning following concerns that her 9-week-old baby after a father of a baby had visited the home and left with the baby.
Police have acted quickly and already searched a number of addresses in which the father named as Stuart Adams is believed to be linked to, however they have had no trace of the 30-year-old father or the 9-week-old baby named Lana-Mai.
West Midlands Police have described Stuart as white, 5ft 7in tall, dark hair, wearing blue jeans, blue jacket, white t-shirt and white trainers.
Lana-Mai is white and was wearing a pink babygrow with press-stud’s down the front with a ballerina design. She was wrapped in a peach and cream colour blanket.
Chief Inspector Sue Parker, from Walsall Police, urges people with information to come forward.
She said: “We are very concerned for Lana-Mai’s welfare as she is so young and we understand her departure from the family home was not planned.
“Stuart did take some formula and bottles but we are concerned that she has not got clothes and other essential items that such a young baby requires.
“We know that Stuart had been drinking earlier in the night and that also gives us cause for concern.
“We urge anyone who knows of their whereabouts to contact us as soon as possible so we can reunite Lana-Mai with her concerned mother and make sure that she is safe and well.”
Her father Stuart Adams has also been reported missing.
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Anyone with information is requested to contact police on 101.
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