A MISSING toddler has been found.
Portia Dawkins, two, went missing from her Elland home on February 26, along with her stepsister, Isha Dawkins, nine, and aunt, Amanda Jeffrey, 13.
Eileen Dawkins, 23 - the mother of Portia, stepmother of Isha and sister-in-law of Amanda - went missing around March 8.
Police launched a search for the girls and Mrs Dawkins.
They thought the group may have gone to Huddersfield or London.
It was also feared they may have left the UK.
Isha has a brother and mother in Jamaica and Mrs Dawkin's husband, Vasal, returned to Jamaica in January after four years in Britain.
But on March 11 Isha and Amanda were found safe and well in Huddersfield and Mrs Dawkins, 23, was found elsewhere in the town.
Little Portia - who was born in Huddersfield - remained missing until the end of last week, when she was found in the Huddersfield area.
A Calderdale Council spokesman said: "She was found late last week, We are very pleased. She is now in the care of social services and is with foster parents."
Isha and Amanda are also in the care of social services.
After she was found, Mrs Dawkins told the Examiner she went into hiding when Calderdale social services tried to take the children because allegations were made against her.
No charges have yet been brought against anyone over the disappearances.