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Rahma El-Dennaoui

Post  milly on Sat 22 Oct - 2:21






Personal Details

Last seen:
Thursday, 10 November 2005
Year of birth: 2004
Gender: Female
Circumstances
The missing person lives with her parents and seven other siblings at 162 Hill Road, Lurnea. The missing person was last seen by her parents when she was put in her bed at 2am on Thursday 10 November. About six and half hours later (8.30am) it was discovered that the missing person was not in her bed. Her parents were unable to find the missing person inside the house and police were contacted at 9am.

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Post  milly on Sat 22 Oct - 2:21

Disappearance Of Sydney Toddler Rahma el-Dennaoui


The best hope of solving the mystery disappearance of Sydney toddler Rahma el-Dennaoui now lies in a member of the public coming forward with information, police say.
Police believe she may have been abducted after an exhaustive search of the south-western Sydney neighbourhood in which she vanished from her home on November 10 has failed to find any trace of the 19-month-old girl.
Rahma was last seen sleeping between her sisters in her Lurnea bedroom about 2am (AEDT) on November 10.
An extensive search of the area, including nearby dams, marshes and creeks was called off last Monday after it failed to find any sign of the toddler.
Detectives are continuing to doorknock the area and speak to residents, as well as questioning members of Rahma's large extended family.
They have not given up hope of finding her alive, a state crime command spokeswoman said.
"From our point of view we're hopeful she's still alive and so's her family," the spokeswoman said.
"They're praying a lot and doing pleas to the public (along with) some media in the hope that it will generate interest and that the community are aware."
It appeared increasingly likely Rahma had been abducted, with police probing the possibility she had been taken by a childless couple or woman, she said.
"That's where help from the public is obviously crucial," she said.
"Members of the public would notice that there was a child where there hadn't been a child before, people might hear a child crying where they might not have heard a child crying before."
The results of forensic tests on the torn flyscreen from Rahma's bedroom window were also expected in the next few days, she said, but were only one of a number of avenues police were following.

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Abduction of Rahma el-Dennaoui

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Rahma el-Dennaoui (born April 2004) is a Lebanese Australian girl who went missing on 10 November 2005.[1] She was last seen in the bedroom of her home in Lurnea, Sydney, early that morning, where the 19-month old girl and her siblings slept. Despite a police search and appeals to the general public, no trace of the little girl has yet been found.[2]
[edit] Background

Rahma was between two of her sisters on a double bed under the window. She had trouble sleeping in the heat and her father got up and went to check on her at 2 AM. When he returned at 8 AM, she was gone.[3] Rahma had not been walking long, and it is nearly a kilometre from the el-Dennaoui home to any bushland, making a toddler's journey there unlikely. There was a rip in the fly-screen covering the window above her bed, and this opening was large enough for Rahma to fit through.[4] Other sources say the screen was cut, not torn.[3] Sniffer dogs found no trace of the little girl, and police are now treating the disappearance as an abduction, although no motive was known.[2]
[edit] Reward

In May, 2007, New Idea magazine offered a $20,000 (AUS) reward for information on what happened to Rahma. The magazine's editor-in-chief Robyn Foster says it was the similarities between Rahma and the highly publicised case of Madeleine McCann that sparked her interest in the case.[5]

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