Met detectives launch desperate search for siblings aged 2, 6, 7 and 11 after disappearing from their London home a week ago
- Siblings Tyler Jackman, 11, Zeah, seven, Marley, six, and Zinayah, two missing
- Officers said the siblings were last seen leaving their home in Islington, north London
- Detectives Think They’re With Dad Zion And Grandmother Una Nolan
- The family is believed to have strong ties to the West Midlands and to Essex
Police have made an urgent request to help find four missing children in London.
Detectives said they were looking for Tyler Jackman, 11, Zeah Jackman, seven, Marley Jackson, six, and Zinayah Jackman, two.
Officers said the siblings were last seen leaving their home in Islington, north of the capital, on Sept. 16.
The police believe they are with their father Zion Jackman and their grandmother Una Nolan.
They added that the family reportedly has strong ties to the West Midlands and Essex.
Detectives said they were looking for Tyler Jackman, 11, Zeah Jackman, seven, Marley Jackson, six, and Zinayah Jackman, two (pictured)
Police believe they are with their father Zion Jackman and grandmother Una Nolan (pictured)
Detective Inspector Ridley said: ‘It is absolutely crucial that we ensure the well-being of these young children.
“If you’ve seen them since their disappearance or know where they are now, it’s imperative that you come forward and let my investigative team know.
“My main priority is to ensure the safety of the children. Robust measures will be taken if we become aware of a person who is intentionally aiding or facilitating their further disappearance.
“I would encourage anyone who wishes to report anonymously to do so. I can assure you that all information provided will be followed up immediately.’