Serious fears for a young mother and her four-month-old baby after the couple disappeared from a leafy inner-city suburb two weeks ago
- NSW Police are launching a desperate appeal to find a young mother and four-month-old son
- Huriana Taylor and four-month-old son Terrence were last seen on September 16
- She is known to frequent Balmain, Guildford and Bankstown or could in St Marys
A desperate hunt has been launched to trace a missing mother and her newborn son who have not been seen or heard from for 16 days.
Huriana Taylor, 33, and her four-month-old son Terrence were last seen in the inner Sydney suburb of Balmain on September 13.
The last verbal contact she had with family and friends was three days later on September 16.
She is known to frequent the Balmain, Guildford and Bankstown parts of Sydney.
Police are desperate to trace Sydney’s mother Huriana Brown (pictured) described as being of Pacific Islander/Maori appearance, thin build, 165-170cm tall, dark hair and brown eyes
New information has led police to believe she may be in the St Marys area in the west of the city.
Police have serious concerns for the couple’s welfare and have urged Huriana to come forward so they can ensure she and the baby are safe and sound.
Huriana is described as being of Pacific Islander/Maori appearance, of thin build, around 165-170cm tall, with dark hair and brown eyes.
Terrence is described as being of Pacific Islander/Maori appearance with brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information on their whereabouts is urged to contact police.
Huriana Taylor and her baby son Terrence (pictured) have not been seen since September 13