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Tips Pouring in to Find Parents of 'Gypsy Girl'

Child known as Maria found in a gypsy camp in Greece believed to be a victim of child trafficking.
3:00 | 10/21/13

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international mystery that is intensifying at this hour. Thousands of tips are pouring in as police try to learn the identity of the little girl you see here and her possible ties to the united states. Known simply as maria, she was found at camp in greece, cake frn a couple claiming to be her parents. There are concerns she may be, in fact, a victim of child trafficking. Lama hasan has more. Reporter: Grieving as they see maria's face on the news. The couple she's living with is insisting they adopted her from her biological mother. But the 4-year-old is now in the care of charity workers two say she was forced to dance and beg for money. Dubbed by the media as the blond angel, she was found during a drug raid at a gypsy settlement last week. Bearing no resemblance to the family she was living with, authorities became suspicious. Dna tests proofed she was not with her biological parents. As soon as her images were released, thousands of clals flooded in from all over the world, with several described as promising from the u.S. As an investigation spanning the globe gets under way, the aim is to reunite this little girl with her real parents, bringing hope to other families with missing children. For "good morning america," lama hasan, abc news, london.

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