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Found: Missing Neasden mum and her month-old baby

PUBLISHED: 18:14 23 May 2017 | UPDATED: 15:06 26 May 2017

Police have appealed for help to trace missing Neasden mum Leah Reilly and her month-old son. Picture: MET POLICE

Police have appealed for help to trace missing Neasden mum Leah Reilly and her month-old son. Picture: MET POLICE

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A mother missing from Neasden and her one-month-old baby have both been found.

Police put out an appeal after Leah Reilly, believed to be with her youngest child, was reported missing on May 23.

She was found safe with her baby son on Wednesday.

Brent police were concerned for mother and her baby son’s welfare and would like to thank the public for their assistance with this appeal.

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