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Greek police are trying to discover the identity of a young blonde girl who was found living on a Roma settlement with a family she did not resemble. DNA tests revealed the child, called Maria and aged around four, was not related to the couple she lived with. The little girl is now being looked after by a charity. Her photo has been released to help find her family. Officials believe she may have been a victim of abduction or child trafficking. Police are appealing internationally as the girl looks like she might be from northern or eastern Europe. A spokesman for the British couple Kate and Gerry McCann, whose daughter Madeleine went missing in Portugal in 2007, said the case gave them “great hope” that she would one day be found alive.

Politiet angreb Roma-lejren nær Farsala i det centrale Grækenland for at søge efter narkotika og våben.

They noticed the lack of resemblance between the blonde-haired, green-eyed, pale-skinned little girl and her parents, and found further discrepancies when they investigated the family’s documents.

Parret havde registreret forskellige antal børn med forskellige regionale familieregistre.

Kvinden hævdede at have født seks børn inden for en periode på 10 måneder.

When questioned about how they came to have Maria, the couple gave “constantly changing claims,” Thessalia Province Police Director Vassilis Halatsis said.


“The girl might have been abducted from a hospital, or given up by an unmarried mother,” the officer said.

“So far we do not have a declared disappearance of a child of this age in Greece. Through Interpol, we will request assistance from the other European countries.”

Den 39-årige mand og hans 40-årige kone er blevet arresteret på mistanke om bortførelse af en mindreårig.

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