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    Australia - Kiesha Weippeart (Abraham) , 6, Sydney, Media links only


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    Kiesha Abrahams was reported missing Sunday morning August 1, 2010. Police were told the family found the front door unlocked and suspect she was abducted.
    Kiesha is described as being 140cm (55.1") tall, with a slim build, blonde curly hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing pink pajamas and a purple Pumpkin Patch jacket.

    Anyone who has seen Kiesha, or who knows of her whereabouts, should phone Mount Druitt Police Station at 9675 0000 or Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
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    08/01/2010
    Mother wakes to find daughter gone
    Missing Sydney six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams did not go to kindergarten in the week leading up to her disappearance on the weekend.
    Kiesha's uncle, Jason Smith, said today his "happy-go-lucky" niece was kept at home because of her mother's new baby, a one-month-old girl.
    Mr Smith said he had not seen Kiesha since a family party three weeks ago.
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    Police fear for missing Mt. Druitt girl
    Grave fears are held for a six-year-old girl who may have been abducted from her home in Sydney's west.
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    08/02/2010
    Missing girl had been absent from school
    A six-year-old girl at the centre of a major police search in western Sydney has not been at school for at least a week.
    Kiesha Abrahams's mother told police she last saw her daughter when she put her to bed on Saturday night at her Mount Druitt unit.
    She said she noticed that the six-year-old was missing from her bed about 9:00am on Sunday and that the front door of the unit was unlocked.
    The girl lives in the unit with her mother and stepfather and two siblings.
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    Fears grow for missing girl Keisha
    Fears for the safety of missing six year-old Kiesha Abrahams have deepened following word she missed school last week.
    Stormwater drains were scoured in western Sydney on Monday as the search for the blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl entered its second day.
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    Six year old girl vanished
    Six-year-old Kiesha Abraham was discovered missing in western Sydney Sunday morning.
    Kiesha has not been in school for at least a week. According to neighbors, the reason is that her mother had a new baby and they were busy.
    People close to the family say they haven’t seen the little girl for weeks but that when they saw her she seemed fine.
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    Cops quiz those who saw Kiesha before she went missing
    Police are investigating whether anyone has sighted missing Mt Druitt toddler, Kiesha Abrahams, in the past three weeks.
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    08/03/2010
    Little Kiesha was rarely seen, now she's gone
    The Daily Telegraph has been told that Kiesha, who is in kindergarten, attended only five days at Mt Druitt Primary School this year.
    The Education Department declined to comment but police confirmed they had spoken to a number of government agencies about Kiesha's absences from school and other welfare issues.
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    Kiesha Abrahams search shrouded in mystery
    LAST week, Kirsty Abrahams took her newborn baby, Levi, upstairs to visit a neighbour in their Mount Druitt block of flats.
    ''I nursed it right here,'' the neighbour said yesterday as police dusted for fingerprints downstairs. ''But I haven't seen the little girl for a while,'' he said. ''Can't remember when … The mum seemed fine.''
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    Kiesha's disappearance has left hole in our hearts
    Scores of police and State Emergency Service volunteers have spent the day searching bushland in Sydney's west for missing six-year-old girl Kiesha Abrahams.
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    Kiesha's mother pleads for information
    THE mother and stepfather of missing six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams say they are going through hell over her disappearance, as specialist homicide detectives take charge of the hunt for the child.
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    Mother taken to brief media
    The mother of missing Sydney girl Kiesha Abrahams broke down today as she tried to tell a media briefing of her ordeal.
    Wearing dark glasses and holding a handkerchief to her face, a tearful Kristi Abrahams cracked as she said: "Anyone that's seen her can they please go to the police."
    Asked what Kiesha is like, she said: "She's beautiful" before breaking down.
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    Kiesha's parents going through hell
    The mother and stepfather of missing six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams say they are going through hell over her disappearance, as specialist homicide detectives take charge of the hunt for the child.
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    08/04/2010
    Missing girl's knew lifes harsh cruelty
    A TRAGIC picture of little Kiesha Abrahams' life was emerging yesterday as homicide officers joined the search for the missing six-year-old.
    Police sources revealed that, as a toddler, Kiesha was admitted to a western Sydney hospital with a bite wound inflicted by an adult.
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    Lead up time to Kiesha's disappearance troubling police
    Police have stepped up the hunt for missing six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams in western Sydney as the investigation into her disappearance moved into its fourth day.
    An expanded team of 120 searchers, including police, Rural Fire Service (RFS) and State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers, spent Wednesday trawling bushland two kilometres from Kiesha's Woodstock Avenue home at Mount Druitt in Sydney's west.
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    Kiesha's mum denied having involvement in disappearance or suspected murder
    THE mother of missing Sydney child Kiesha Abrahams says suggestions she is behind her daughter's disappearance are "hurtful and untrue".
    Kristi Abrahams spoke out today and denied any involvement in the six-year-old girl's suspected murder.
    "It's disgusting what they’re saying," she said of the rumours.
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    08/07/2010
    New witness in Kiesha mystery
    A witness has come forward with fresh information about missing Sydney girl Kiesha Abrahams, saying she saw the six-year-old near her Sydney home a week before she went missing.
    Kiesha was last seen about 9.30pm (AEST) last Saturday when her mother, Kristi Abrahams, put her to bed at their Mount Druitt unit in Sydney's west.
    It was previously thought she had not been seen by anyone, outside her immediate family, since July 7, about three weeks before she vanished.
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    08/10/2010
    Kiesha's family hit back at claims
    The family of missing six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams today denied they had any involvement in her disappearance.
    I saw Kiesha being bashed: witness
    In a statement issued through a close family friend this afternoon, they reiterated their plea for anyone with any information to contact police.
    Advertisement: Story continues below "The family wish to deny the recent allegations in the media," the statement, read by Alison Anderson, said.
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    08/11/2010
    Stepdad denies punching Kiesha
    THE stepfather of missing child Kiesha Abrahams last night denied allegations he was seen bashing the girl in the weeks before she disappeared.
    Robert Smith released a statement saying he categorically denied claims that he "bashed" the six-year-old in the face with a clenched fist.
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    08/24/2010
    Mother hides behind her sunglasses and refuses to explain
    The case of missing Sydney child Kiesha Abrahams must be keeping many NSW police and investigating detectives awake at night – nothing about the given circumstances of this little girl’s mysterious disappearance adds up and the the case has now revealed even stranger aspects regarding the activities of her mother Kristi Abrahams.
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    Police investigate cash payments for Kiesha's mother and stepfather
    POLICE are investigating a series of payments made into the bank account of missing girl Kiesha Abrahams' mother and stepfather in the weeks before she disappeared.
    Sources have told The Daily Telegraph up to six payments, ranging between about $500 and $600 each, were made into Kristi Abrahams' and Robert Smith's bank account - but they are yet to be explained or accounted for.
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    08/31/2010
    Kiesha's dad covers up for police question time
    THE biological father of missing girl Kiesha Abrahams has been quite media friendly but it was hoodies all round when he and his mother fronted Sydney's Mt Druitt police station yesterday.
    Chris Weippeart and his mother Liz were questioned for more than two hours inside the police station.
    The pair made every effort to cover their heads with their jackets as they entered.
    Then they left the police station through the back exit.
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    09/04/2010
    Police say we know who murdered Kiesha Abrahams
    POLICE are confident they know who is responsible for the disappearance of Kiesha Abrahams and it is only a matter of time before the suspect is arrested.
    Five weeks since the six-year-old was reported missing from her home in Mt Druitt, NSW, an exhaustive investigation appears to be close to a result.
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    09/06/2010
    Search for human remains in bush
    The vest was reportedly found stuffed inside a bin along with a yellow children's belt and a children's ball at an oval in the suburb of Sadleir — raising speculation the discoveries may be linked to the disappearance of six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams.
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    09/07/2010
    New twist in hunt for missing Kiesha
    THE search for missing schoolgirl Kiesha Abrahams took a bizarre twist yesterday, with a report that a body had been found dumped inside a duffle bag at a western Sydney park.
    Police attending the scene failed to locate any trace of the remains but found what appeared to be a blood-stained shirt.
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    Hebersham Tigers keep Kiesha close to heart
    THE Hebersham West City Tigers under-12 rugby league side took to St Marys League Stadium on Saturday with a lot more than just victory in mind.
    Although they faced St Pats in their Penrith Junior Rugby League grand final the players vowed to keep missing Hebersham six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams close to their hearts.
    They all wore red arm bands which symbolised Kiesha’s blood - the thought being that as long as that red arm band kept moving on the field so too was Kiesha’s blood still coursing through her body.
    The boys also handed out flyers to the almost 400-strong crowd with details of Kiesha’s disappearance and photos.
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    Words of love for lost Kiesha
    THE mother of missing six-year-old Hebersham girl Kiesha Abrahams has written a letter to publicly thank the community for their continual support for her daughter.
    The heartfelt letter by Kristi Abrahams - written on behalf of herself, Kiesha’s stepfather Robert Smith and “all family members” - was read out at a candlelight vigil held for Kiesha on Friday night.
    Close to 40 people, including family members and detectives, gathered for the service.
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    09/11/2010
    Our Kiesha is alive and well, say mum and stepfather
    HER daughter has been missing for six weeks, but Kristi Abrahams says she will get her Kiesha back alive.
    In the first extensive media interview since the disappearance of the six-year-old Mt Druitt child, Ms Abrahams revealed her final moments with her daughter when she tucked her into bed one Saturday night.
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    09/29/2010
    A childless couple took Kiesha says mum
    MISSING girl Kiesha Abrahams' mother believes her daughter was kidnapped by a couple who couldn't have children.
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    Finding Kiesha still a priority for police
    THE search for missing Mt Druitt girl Kiesha Abrahams remains a “high priority case” for police as their investigations continue almost two months after her disappearance.
    However, there have not been any new developments.
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    11/04/2010
    We didn't kill Kiesha
    The mother of missing Sydney girl Kiesha Abrahams has pleaded with the Australian public stop “judging” her. “I’ve lost a part of me,” she says, sobbing. “My own flesh and blood.”

    In an exclusive interview with WHO*, Abrahams, 27, and Kiesha's step father, Robert Smith, 31, speak of their love for the Hi-5 fan, who was reported missing by her mother on Aug. 1 — and hit back at claims they are somehow behind the disappearance of the six-year-old. “People come out and tell lies,” says Smith, a forklift driver. “It’s hard because you know you couldn’t do anything to harm your daughter in any way.”
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    11/08/2010
    Police quiz missing Kiesha's sister 3
    HOMICIDE detectives have taken the extraordinary step of interviewing the three-year-old sister of missing girl Kiesha Abrahams without her parents being present.
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    11/10/2010
    Cops may offer cash to find Kiesha
    AS the search for missing Mt Druitt girl Kiesha Abrahams reached 100 days, police considered offering a cash reward to help further investigations.
    Lead Det-Insp Russell Oxford said police had not ruled out offering a reward to encourage people with information to come forward.
    He said cash rewards were usually offered at the end of an investigation but it was likely that police may resort to it a lot earlier.
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    12/03/2010
    Police despair over missing girl Kiesha Abrahams
    POLICE say they will not give up the four-month-long search for six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams.
    The officer in charge of the investigation into the mystery disappearance of the Sydney girl admits they are no closer to a breakthrough - but believes the case ultimately will be solved.
    "Somebody knows something. She just didn't vanish for no reason. Somebody has got to know," Det-Insp Russell Oxford said.
    This week marks four months since Kiesha was reported missing from her Mount Druitt home in western Sydney, an incident that sparked massive speculation about what might have happened to the little girl.
    Kiesha was reported missing by her mother, Kristi, who said she last saw her when she tucked her into bed on Saturday, July 31.
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    12/04/2010
    The search for Kiesha
    ON THE muddy bank of a western Sydney dam, homicide detectives watch the water drain, their hopes rising as the level falls.
    Four months into their search for missing child Kiesha Abrahams, they are joined at the scene by uniformed police and specialist divers.
    Not at the potential crime scene itself but not too far away at her home, clutching a piece of Kiesha's clothing, was the woman who had led them there -- high-profile Sydney psychic Debbie Malone.
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    12/05/2010

    Psyic tip on Kiesha leads to water
    ON the muddy bank of a western Sydney dam, homicide detectives watch the water drain, their hopes rising as the level falls.
    Four months into their search for missing child Kiesha Abrahams, they are joined at the scene by uniformed police and specialist divers.
    Not at the potential crime scene itself but not too far away at her home, clutching a piece of Kiesha's clothing, was the woman who had led them there - high-profile Sydney psychic Debbie Malone.
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    12/08/2010

    Guiding Kiesha home marks four month anniversary
    COLOURFUL balloons were released at a community event to mark Kiesha Abrahams’ four-month disappearance in the hope of ``guiding her home’‘.
    On Saturday, scores of people gathered at a barbecue in Nurragingy Reserve at Doonside.
    Photos from the balloon release.
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    Carols for Kiesha Abrahams
    THE Mt Druitt community will unite in the spirit of Christmas on Wednesday, December 15, to give hope for missing six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams and her family.
    St Bishoy Coptic Orthodox Church will host the carols by candlelight gathering at 7.30pm.
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    12/21/2010

    Hope kept alive for Kiesha Abrahams at St. Bishoy
    CLUTCHING candles and singing carols, the Mt Druitt community came together last week to renew hope for missing six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams and her family.
    More than 150 people attended the carols by candlelight at St Bishoy Coptic Orthodox Church on Wednesday.
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    12/29/2010

    Supernatural sleuths and the search for truth
    It was a case that made international, albeit slightly sardonic, headlines.
    ''Psychic finds wrong corpse,'' reported Britain's favourite tabloid, The Sun. ''At least someone was found,'' the New York Daily News conceded.
    In August, a fortnight after six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams went missing from her Mount Druitt home, a ''hunch'' led an Aboriginal elder to bushland in Sydney's west.
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    01/22/2011

    Kiesha mystery deepens as leads run dry into little girls disappearance
    POLICE investigating the mysterious disappearance of six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams have met with further frustration after interviews with more than 30 child sex offendersliving within 2km of her home cleared them all.
    The Sunday Telegraph can reveal that almost three dozen individuals on the NSW Child Protection Register were questioned by detectives after Kiesha went missing in August last year.
    She was last seen about 9.30pm on July 31 when her parents put her to bed at their family's Hebersham home, in outer western Sydney.
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