A four-year-old boy has been lacking alongside together with his father for nearly every week, with police urgently interesting to seek out them.
James Malone was final seen round 10.15am on Sunday July 4 when he was taking part in together with his dad Ian, 44.
He had met James as a part of a deliberate go to to a home in Rowlands Gill, Gateshead, after they vanished.
Northumbria Police have now launched CCTV of James sitting on his dad’s shoulders which was taken on the afternoon they went lacking.
Chief Superintendent Sav Patsalos mentioned: ‘Our prime precedence is the welfare of Ian and James and the main target of our investigation is ensuring we will find them protected and nicely.
‘Now we have carried out a variety of enquiries in latest days however know that help from the general public might be essential to tracing their whereabouts.
‘We are actually ready to launch a picture of James and are at present additionally releasing some CCTV footage that exhibits the pair collectively after their disappearance.
‘Plenty of individuals have already known as us with data, and we’re following up on each lead, however we nonetheless want anybody with data to return ahead.
‘For those who assume you could have seen Ian and James in latest days, or may assist us hint their whereabouts, then please get in contact with us instantly.’
Ian is described as white, round 5ft 5in tall, slight construct and with mousey brown hair.
He was final seen carrying a darkish colored jacket, denims and trainers.
James is described as having curly, auburn hair and was final seen carrying a rust colored t-shirt.
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