Monday, November 12, 2007

Baby Grace: Hundreds of Tips Flood Police

CBS News has reported that "police have been flooded with tips about Baby Grace".
Police have said that they have narrowed the search down to three girls, but they now have expanded it to about two dozen missing little girls. They also said they have been "flooded with tips" from all over the United States about possible leads. More from CBS News:
Investigators on Monday said at least two dozen girls reported missing from across the country match the physical description of the child investigators have named "Baby Grace."

Investigators were pursuing 170 active leads and on Monday were conducting follow-up interviews with people who had given promising clues, Galveston County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Maj. Ray Tuttoilmondo said, according to the Galveston County Daily News.

Hundreds of tips from around the country have poured in since authorities released sketches of the unidentified child on Friday. A fisherman found the toddler's body a week ago along the Intercoastal Waterway.
Police first suspected the body of the girl may have been that of Madeline McCann, an English girl kidnapped during her parents' vacation in Portugal. They then ruled her out, only to leave the door open later.

The search for the identity of the little girl police have named "Baby Grace" continues. At the end of the case, one family may at last know the fate of their daughter.

by Mondoreb
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