Search for missing boy and mother

MOTORISTS are urged to keep their eyes out for a blue Corolla with NSW plates as police work to locate a one-month-old boy believed to be travelling with his mother.

Shoaa Asmar, aged 27, and her baby son, Omar, were last seen leaving an address on Croft Ave in Merrylands about 6.30pm on Monday, September 8, and could now be in the Northern NSW region.

They are believed to be traveling in a light blue coloured 1998 model Toyota Corolla with black and gold coloured NSW plates UZS - 116.

Shoaa is described as being of Middle Eastern/Mediterranean appearance, 165cm tall, tanned skin, medium build and brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing a dark coloured jilbab (scarf covering her torso and head). The woman also regularly wears a hijab.

Police hold grave concerns for their safety.

Police are still looking for the woman and child and are asking the public to be on the alert and report any sightings of this woman, child or car.

Phone 000 to provide any information the whereabouts of mother and son.


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