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Post by Zavvi on Wed Aug 04, 2010 11:17 pm

Like Madeleine McCann, Another Little Girl Vanishes


So far, the story has reached only a little further than the Geelong Advertiser, a morning paper in Victoria.
But
the circumstances of six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams's disappearance are
likely to attract a far wider audience if Aussie detectives don't find
her soon.
Her mother said she tucked Kiesha in bed in the family home at 9.30 on Saturday night.The next morning the front door, thought to have been left unlocked, was ajar and Kiesha was missing.

It's
early days and there are many differences, but so far, like Madeleine
McCann, another little girl appears to have vanished into thin air.
Link http://tinyurl.com/2uc6rk9 (Sky News)


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Post by Zavvi on Wed Aug 04, 2010 11:24 pm

Zavvi wrote:Like Madeleine McCann, Another Little Girl Vanishes


So far, the story has reached only a little further than the Geelong Advertiser, a morning paper in Victoria.
But
the circumstances of six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams's disappearance are
likely to attract a far wider audience if Aussie detectives don't find
her soon.
Her mother said she tucked Kiesha in bed in the family home at 9.30 on Saturday night.The next morning the front door, thought to have been left unlocked, was ajar and Kiesha was missing.

It's early days and there are many differences, but so far, like Madeleine
McCann, another little girl appears to have vanished into thin air.

Link http://tinyurl.com/2uc6rk9 (Sky News)

UPDATE 1.35pm: A MISSING
six-year-old girl was absent from school for a week before she
disappeared, police say, as they began searching drains.


Fears grow for missing six-year-old girl Keisha Abraham

Kiesha Abrahams vanished from her home after being tucked into bed, and may have been abducted.
Authorities continue to search for the girl who has not been seen since Saturday night.
Police and emergency service workers are searching stormwater drains in the western Sydney suburb where she went missing.
The little girl was last seen at 9.30pm on Saturday when her mother, Kristy, put her to bed in their Mount Druitt home.
She
was reported missing 12 hours later, sparking a large search involving
up to 100 police, police dogs and State Emergency Service volunteers of
areas close to Kiesha's home.
The extensive search covered rear yards, homes, parks, stormwater drains, bushland and nearby shopping centres.
Mount Druitt local area commander Superintendent Wayne Cox said today
searches were continuing to be made of stormwater drainage systems in
the area, as well as bushland in nearby Bidwill.
A stormwater
drain was wide enough for someone to walk into and there was one in a
recreational area that Kiesha and her family visit regularly, Supt Cox
told reporters .It is unclear when Kiesha was last seen by anyone other than an immediate family member.
Her step-uncle Jason Smith said her disappearance had left "a hole" in her family's heart.
“We're missing her dearly and we just want her home,'' said Mr Smith, who is the brother of Kiesha's stepfather Robert Smith.
Police do not know whether Kiesha wandered off or was snatched.
Her mother has told police the front door of their home was ajar in the morning and possibly unlocked the night before.
Police have been told there was no sign of a forced entry.
Kiesha
had been reported absent from school for the last week and Supt Cox
said police were speaking with school authorities in relation to her
absence.
“We are speaking to all family members and relatives to confirm the last sighting of Kiesha,'' he said.
Jason Smith, who last saw Kiesha three weeks ago at a birthday party,
said her absence from school was due to the birth of her new brother.
Her parents were “distraught'', he told reporters.

“They'd like to be able to talk to you but at the moment they can't find the words. They're in too much grief.''
Earlier on Monday, friend Kylie Wakeling, a family friend, said Kiesha was not given to wandering off on her own.
“She's like any other six-year-old who loves to play and muck around,'' Ms Wakeling said outside Kiesha's unit.
“She's definitely not a wanderer. She's very quiet and sticks to herself.“I never thought this would happen to them.''
Kiesha lives with her mother, stepfather Robert Smith, three-year-old sister and newborn baby brother.
Supt Cox said Kiesha's biological father had been notified of her disappearance and was not a suspect.
Kiesha
is described as being of 140cm tall, of slim build, with blonde hair
and blue eyes, and was last seen wearing pink pyjamas and a purple
Pumpkin Patch jacket.
Anyone who has seen the girl or knows of her whereabouts should phone Mt Druitt police on 9675 0000 or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000
Link http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/fears-grow-for-missing-six-year-old-girl-keisha-abrahams/story-e6frf7l6-1225899807457
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Post by Pedro Silva on Wed Aug 04, 2010 11:57 pm

God protect you Keisha Abraham, and guides all those who are searching for you to find you alive and unharmed immediately. The same about all missing children / people worldwide.

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Re: Just like Madeleine ?

Post by Zavvi on Thu Aug 05, 2010 12:21 am



Team of 120 join search for little Kiesha

GEORGINA ROBINSON

August 4, 2010 - 5:02PM

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.

They then canvassed homes in the neighbourhood in the
hope of gaining some new information about Kiesha's whereabouts.Police
are trying to construct a detailed picture of life in the western Sydney
home of missing girl Kiesha Abrahams in the weeks following her
half-brother's birth as the desperate search for the six-year-old enters
its fourth day.
The officer in charge of Strike Force Jarocin, Detective Inspector
Russell Oxford, said the last time anyone outside Kiesha's immediate
family remembers seeing her is on or about the time of the birth of her
half-brother, Levi Smith, on July 7.

Investigators believe the three weeks following Levi's
birth are crucial in figuring out what has happened to Kiesha, who was
reported missing by her mother, Kristi Abrahams, on Sunday morning.

"The grandmother has seen Kiesha around about the 7th or
9th of July, which is probably at least three or so weeks ago,"
Detective Inspector Oxford told 2UE today.


Missing ... six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams.

"It's a bit troubling for us because certainly, while the
parents say the child was there on the weekend, it's the lead-up time
that's important to us because we need to know what might have caused
this to occur.

"Is there something in her life that's occurred where
she's come across somebody or has somebody been around the house during
that time?" he asked.

Police and SES volunteers worked through last night
door-knocking residents in the Bidwill and Shalvey area after combing
nearby bushland.

Detective Inspector Oxford said "mountains of information" came out of the door-knock but time was against investigators.

"We're into day four and the longer it goes obviously the worse it is," he said.

It has emerged that welfare authorities had concerns about Kiesha's health and safety, as well as substance abuse in her family.

Detective Inspector Oxford said police were aware of
reports the kindergarten student was admitted to hospital as a toddler
with a bite mark inflicted by an adult.

"That is being looked at ... but it's not helping us find the young child," Detective Inspector Oxford said.

He appealed again for members of the public to call
police if they had any information about Kiesha's life or current
whereabouts.

"Somebody must have seen this young girl," he said.

"You can imagine the grief [her parents are] going
through and you'd think that if somebody has some information they've
got to come forward and help us."

Ms Abrahams and Kiesha's stepfather, Robert Smith, went
back to their Mount Druitt flat last night after spending a few nights
at the Bidwill home of Mr Smith's mother, Rebecca Smith.

Mrs Smith said the couple were not coping well under the strain of Kiesha's disappearance.

"If it goes on too much longer we might have to get [Ms Abrahams] to a doctor or something. She's not good," she said.

Police have denied reports that an investigation at the family's home had failed to find any clothing belonging to the child.

Anyone with information should phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Link http://tinyurl.com/3567vou (Sydney Morning Herald)
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Post by Rosie on Thu Aug 05, 2010 12:38 am

Oh God please let this child be found safe and well. This is heartbreaking, it makes your heart sink, poor little mite.

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Post by Catkins on Thu Aug 05, 2010 1:10 am

Please god they find her alive and well......
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Post by Cath on Thu Aug 05, 2010 6:40 am

Pedro Silva wrote:God protect you Keisha Abraham, and guides all those who are searching for you to find you alive and unharmed immediately. The same about all missing children / people worldwide.

You've said it better as I ever could.

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Re: Just like Madeleine ?

Post by Zavvi on Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:04 am


Parents Of Missing Oz Girl Questioned



5:42pm UK, Wednesday August 04, 2010

Lulu Sinclair & Carole Erskine, Sky News Online

The parents of a six-year-old girl missing in Australia have been taken to a police station in Sydney for questioning.


Kiesha Abrahams was last seen by her mother, Kirsti, when she tucked
her into bed at 9.30pm on Saturday, at the family home in Hebersham in western Sydney.


The next morning, the little girl's bed was empty and the front door
ajar with no sign of a forced entry, according to Ms Abrahams.


More than 100 police officers are searching for the youngster. Her parents have not been arrested.


In an emotional press conference earlier, her stepfather Robert Smith said Kiesha was "always happy, bubbly and loved playing".


A public appeal for help to find Kiesha has been launched and dozens of volunteers have searched parks, bushland and creeks hunting for her.

The officer in charge of the investigation, Detective Inspector
Russell Oxford, revealed that the last time anyone had seen the little
girl outside her immediate family was on July 7, when her half-brother
Levi Smith was born.


"The grandmother saw Kiesha around about the 7th or 9th of July,
which is probably at least three or so weeks ago," DI Oxford said.


"It's a bit troubling for us because certainly, while the parents say
the child was there on the weekend, it's the lead-up time that's
important to us because we need to know what might have caused this to
occur."

A police source told the Herald Sun that Kiesha was known to social
services in Sydney and had only attended school five times this year.


Kiesha is about 4ft 7in tall, with fair hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing pink pyjamas.

Family friends say she is not in the habit of wandering off.

Link http://tinyurl.com/2vfys8l (Sky News)
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Post by clairesy on Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:44 am

hope and pray she is found safe and well safe please keep us posted on her disappearance id like to know more about her and if they find her.

im praying they find her safe and well soon.
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Post by Peaceful1 on Fri Aug 06, 2010 4:28 pm

The step father has admitted the police think he is no1 suspect.
I cant help think that this is a distraction.??
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Post by Zavvi on Sat Aug 07, 2010 7:24 pm

Kiesha's mum escapes to hotel

Clementine Cuneo From: The Daily Telegraph August 07, 2010 12:00AM


Fears ... Kiesha Abrahams' mother Kristi Abrahams / Pic: Stephen Cooper Source: The Daily Telegraph

SITTING
alone and deep in thought outside a western Sydney motel room
yesterday, Kristi Abrahams' mind was no doubt awash with fear and doubt.

The
mother of missing six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams fled her Mt Druitt home
mid-morning for the relative obscurity of the suburban motel, desperate
to escape the glare that has enveloped her family since her daughter
disappeared on Sunday.

With her partner Robert Smith and
four-week-old son Levi, Ms Abrahams checked into the motel as police
divers were preparing to ramp up their search for Kiesha today, focusing
on shallow creeks throughout western Sydney.

The divers scoured
dams in nearby Marsden Park for the second consecutive day yesterday,
but failed to find any clues to explain the girl's disappearance.

A
witness claimed to have seen a little girl matching Kiesha's
description in the area with a man last Sunday, heightening police
fears.

As the search enters its sixth day, the Mt Druitt community banded together in honour of Kiesha.

Her
father Chris Weippeart and his family yesterday thanked emergency crews
and the community for their tireless searching, but begged them not to
give up. "Our hearts are broken, but we just want people to keep
looking, keep searching and bring Kiesha home alive," Chris' brother
Matthew Weippeart said yesterday.

A brightly-coloured shrine -
which has adorned the front wall outside the apartment block from which
Kiesha vanished on Sunday - was yesterday bolstered with more dolls,
bears and messages of hope.

Hebersham Community Group spokeswoman
Kim Henry said the shrine was the locals' way of helping keep Kiesha's
spirit alive while emergency service officers searched for her.

"This has devastated people, having a child go missing. This is such a family area," Ms Henry said.

The
Daily Telegraph yesterday revealed Kiesha's stepdad had been questioned
by police, who asked him to lead them to her body. Mr Smith has denied
having anything to do with the disappearance of Kiesha.

"They won't find nothing on me, I haven't done anything," Mr Smith said.

He
and Ms Abrahams yesterday left the house they were staying at in a car
with the windows covered and drove straight to the motel, just a few
minutes away.

There, they were reunited with their two-year-old
daughter Breanna, who was brought to the motel by a family friend who
has been looking after her.

Two women, believed to have been from the Department of Community Services, also visited the pair during the afternoon.

Last
night, Mr Smith and Ms Abrahams were expected to be taken by police to
their apartment as a "routine" part of the ongoing investigation.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw-act/kieshas-mum-escapes-to-hotel/story-e6freuzi-1225902308952
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