Dugard, now 29, and her daughters, 11 and 15, have been living with her mother and half-sister in an undisclosed location in northern California since they were reunited. A recent People magazine photo shoot portrayed the young woman, whose hair has darkened from blonde to light brown, smiling with her family and happily riding horses.
Dugard was 11 years old when she was snatched off the street near her school bus stop in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. Her step-father, Carl Probyn, heard her screams and chased the car down the street on a bicycle to no avail.
A grey Ford later impounded from Garrido's property matched the description Probyn gave to authorities after Dugard was abducted.
Garrido has also been considered a potential suspect in the disappearances of 9-year-old Michaela Garecht in 1988 and 11-year-old Ilene Misheloff in 1989. Both girls vanished within close proximity of where Garrido was living at the time and in a similiar fashion as the Dugard abduction. Michaela was taken in broad daylight in front of a friend.
Searches of the Garridos' property once the Dugard investigators moved out turned up several pieces of bone fragment, but tests later revealed they were too old to have been connected to the disappearance of either girl.