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Sex Offenders Quizzed In Hunt For Girl


AT LEAST 20 known sex offenders are to be questioned by police investigating the disappearance of a 19-month-old girl from her parents' Sydney home.
The suspects, most with convictions and others who have been reported for alleged sex crimes that could not be proved, have been known to live in Lurnea, Liverpool, where toddler Rahma el Dennaoui went missing last week.
Police said yesterday that a further 40 known sex offenders had also been identified from intelligence files as living nearby.
Those questioned have been asked about their whereabouts between 2am on Thursday, when Rahma was last seen, and 8am that day, when she was discovered missing.
Superintendent Mick Plotecki said yesterday that although police planned to check the movements of known sex offenders in the area, they still did not know if Rahma had been abducted or had wandered off during the night.
Police had used the air wing, tracker dogs and divers to search parks, bush, ponds, creeks and canals, by teams comprising 40 police and 98 State Emergency Service personnel.
"We have also drained five swimming pools that were green with murk, in case she may have wandered into someone's yard and fallen in," Superintendent Plotecki said.
Rahma had been sleeping in pink silk pyjamas with two of her sisters in a double bed when she went missing.
Superintendent Plotecki said the investigation had been joined by detectives from the robbery and serious crime squads, which also specialise in abduction and extortion cases, in case the child had been snatched, but there had been no ransom demands.
Officers had also searched underneath houses within 100 metres of the el Dennaoui home.
Superintendent Plotecki said Rahma's father, Hosayn, had been allowed to return to the home with his wife and seven other children four girls and three boys aged from 10 months to nine.
He said Mr el Dennaoui was "a battler" who had been mainly unemployed.
He had supplemented his welfare benefits through casual work carting fruit from the markets.



AAP (14-11-2005)
Les Kennedy




 

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