The Greek authorities have Interpol and other international bodies engaged to figure out a 4-year-old girl who lived in a Roma camp in two people who are not her parents. Identity The couple has been arrested on suspicion of kidnapping.
The child was according to a statement from the police Wednesday during a nationwide campaign against illegal activities found in a Roma camp in Farsala in central Greece. The blonde, pale tinted child had nothing away from the Greek couple, according to the police gave conflicting statements, including the child in a blanket was found or by an unknown was given to them.
Police said Friday that from DNA research has shown that the child and the 39-year-old man and 40-year-old woman has no family. Based on her snatch suspects the police that she comes from Northern or Eastern Europe.
The couple claimed by the police wrongly also fourteen children, but they had still other numbers registered with the authorities. In three different parts of Greece Among them three other children lived, they seem to be family, but this has not been confirmed by DNA research.
The girl has been placed with a child care organization. The director, Kostas Giannopoulos, said he was shocked at the ease with which people like children who can enroll. Themselves of "There is still much to find out, there are other children who were registered but have not been found in the camp and I fear that the police are going to get that goes beyond just this girl. Slightly above table"