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Published on Aug 4, 2010
More than 100 police officers in Australia are searching for a six-year-old girl who went missing on Saturday night.
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Kiesha Abrahams was last seen by her mother, Kirsti, when she tucked her into bed at 9.30pm, at the family home in Hebersham in western Sydney.
The next morning, the little girl's bed was empty and the front door ajar with no sign of a forced entry, according to Ms Abrahams.
The six-year-old's mother and her stepfather, Robert Smith, have appealed publicly for help in finding her and dozens of volunteers have searched parks, bushland and creeks in the surrounding area.
The officer in charge of the investigation, Detective Inspector Russell Oxford, revealed that the last time anyone had seen the little girl outside her immediate family was on July 7, when her half-brother Levi Smith was born.
"The grandmother saw Kiesha around about the 7th or 9th of July, which is probably at least three or so weeks ago," DI Oxford said.
"It's a bit troubling for us because certainly, while the parents say the child was there on the weekend, it's the lead-up time that's important to us because we need to know what might have caused this to occur."
Kiesha is about 4ft 7in tall, with fair hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing pink pyjamas.
Family friends say she is not in the habit of wandering off.