Police have launched an urgent appeal after a four-year-old girl went missing.
Cops say they are "eager to trace" little Estera Rostas who has not been seen since 5pm on Sunday.
They say they need to "make sure she is safe and well" and she may be with two men – one of which is thought to be a family member, the Daily Record reports.
Estera was last seen in the Gryffe Crescent area of Paisley, near Glasgow, and was reported missing.
She is believed to be in the company of two men, said police.
She is described as white, 3ft tall, with brown eyes and long brown hair.
When last seen, she was wearing a black t-shirt with a large sequin unicorn on the front. She was possibly wearing grey jogging bottoms or pink leggings.
Inspector James Kyle said: "We believe Estera is in the company of a family member but are eager to trace her to make sure she is safe and well.
“She may be travelling in a silver or light-coloured 7-seater car and she could be in the south side of Glasgow or possibly have travelled further afield.
"If you think you may have seen Estera, or have any information on her whereabouts, please call police on 101, quoting incident number 2518 of 11 October."
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