Greek authorities trying to identify 10 kidnappings with Maria’s case

The Greek authorities are thoroughly looking through cases of missing children from the U.S., Canada, France and Poland - Could little Maria be the Lisa that had disappeared from Kansas in 2011?

Cases of missing children from the U.S., Canada, France and Poland are being thoroughly investigated, following the discovery of little Maria in a Roma camp at Farsala, Greece.
Christos Pardalis from "The Smile of the Child" told CNN that 10 cases of children who have been lost in recent years are of "serious consideration" by the Greek authorities and the network said that Maria’s DNA testing confirmed that the Roma couple are not her real parents.
One of the cases examined by the Greek authorities is that of Lisa from Kansas, United States, as it appears to be associated with the case of young Mary.
A couple from Kansas argues that little Maria is their own daughter who was lost about three years ago.
According to the UK Daily Mail, 31-year-old Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley 30, contacted the Greek authorities hoping that the young, blonde girl would prove to be their child.
Little Lisa was lost in October 2011 at the age of 11 months from her home after a robbery, while the newspaper refers to the striking similarity she has with Mary, especially in their eyes.
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