A young mum from Scotland is appealing for information after her car went missing in Newport on the early hours of Sunday, 16 February.
Fiona Wilson, 32, was in Newport with her five-year-old daughter this weekend to visit her husband who works in the city. However the family woke up on Sunday morning to find Ms Wilson's blue Renault Megane had disappeared from Collier Street.
"Most of our daughter's clothes were in the car, in a princess bag," Ms Wilson said.
"It's been quite an expense."
The car contained most of five-year-old Maisie's clothing, her toys, iPad, and a disabled badge.
After the incident, Fiona Wilson and her daughter were faced with the difficulty of getting back home to Scotland without their car.
"We are devastated that this has happened and it meant my five-year-old daughter and I had to pay for a train to return to Scotland," explains Ms Wilson.
Her husband has been searching the area around Collier Street since the incident but has had no luck so far.
"It's like trying to find a needle in a haystack," added Ms Wilson.
Now back in Scotland, Ms Wilson is finding life without her car hard.
"Having my mobility problems and being without our car with my daughter is extremely stressful and difficult," Ms Wilson said.
The family are appealing for any information from residents on Collier Street and the surrounding area, and are asking people to check any CCTV footage they may have.
A Gwent Police spokesman said: "We received a report of a theft of a car from an address in Newport at around 6.20am on Sunday 16 February.
"The incident occurred in Collier Street and the stolen car is a blue-silver Renault Megane with the registration plate SJ09 ZVX."
"Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Gwent Police on 101, or contact the force via its social media channels on Facebook and Twitter, quoting log reference 2000057963."