A mum and son who died after their car was found submerged in a pond have been pictured for the first time.
Vivien Radocz, 28, and her eight-year-old son Milan were found inside a blue Ford Focus at the rear of RAF Wittering, Cambridgeshire Police said.
Police were called to the scene of the incident at about 6.20pm on Saturday, September 3.
The force said the vehicle was discovered on Saturday next to Old Oundle Road, but it was "unclear" how long it had been in the water for.
Emergency services - including police, fire crews and paramedics - attended the incident and removed the woman and child from the vehicle.
The woman was pronounced dead at the scene, while the boy died in hospital after being taken for treatment.
The pair had lived in Churchill Road in Stamford, Lincolnshire.
Anyone who witnessed the incident or has relevant dashcam footage has been urged to contact the police.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary said in a statement: "A mother and son who died after a car was found submerged in a pond near Wittering on Saturday (3 September) have been named.
"Vivien Radocz, 28, and Milan Radocz, 8, both of Churchill Road, Stamford, were found in a blue Ford Focus which was spotted in the water next to Old Oundle Road, to the rear of RAF Wittering.
"Milan was taken to hospital for treatment, but later died, while Vivien died at the scene.
"It is unclear how long the vehicle had been in the water.
"Anyone who witnessed the vehicle go into the water, or has relevant dashcam footage, should call police on 101 or visit the reporting section of our website quoting 414 of 3 September."