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GERMANY KATRICE LEE: Missing from Paderborn, Germany - 28 November 1981 - Age 2

Discussion in 'Europe: Missing & Unidentified' started by Romulus, Apr 11, 2019.

  1. Romulus

    Romulus In the earth of missing person


    The Doe Network:
    Case File 673DFDEU

    Left: Lee-Major in 1981; Right: Age-progression to 28 years

    Katrice Lee Major
    Missing since November 28, 1981 from Paderborn, Germany.
    Classification: Non Family Abduction

    Vital Statistics

      • Date Of Birth: November 28, 1979
      • Age at Time of Disappearance: 2 years old
      • Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Light brown, curly hair; brown eyes. A pink birthmark slightly to the right of the base of her spine, which may look like a rash.
      • Clothing: Red wellington boots, turquoise duffel coat, green and blue artan pinafore dress (with frills around the shoulders) with a white blouse underneath and white tights.
      • DNA: Available.
    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Katrice Lee is originally from the UK, but lived on an army base in Germany with her parents. She vanished in 1981, on her second birthday, during a visit to the Naafi shop on an army base at Paderborn, near Hanover. There was an extensive search, but nothing turned up. Her parents believe she that was abducted and could have been brought up in Germany or Britain without knowing her true identity. At the time of her disappearance she only spoke English.

    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

    Missing People (UK)
    0500 700 700
    from outside the UK
    +44 20 8392 4545

    Source Information:
    Missing People
    This is Hampshire 3/16/01
    The Portsmouth News 11/28/06
    News Sky


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  2. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Woman Charged With Impersonating Katrice Lee

    A woman will appear in court charged with impersonating someone who has not been seen since she vanished in 1981, when she was a toddler.

    Katrice Lee disappeared on her second birthday while she was on a shopping trip with her family at a NAAFI store near the British Army base in Paderborn, Germany, where her father Richard was serving.

    Mr Lee, from Hartlepool, said someone had been impersonating his daughter on social media and a woman will appear in court.

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    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Katrice Lee dad calls for equal funding for all missing people

    Katrice’s dad Richie Lee, 69, who lives in Hartlepool, says there is a ‘distinct disparity’ between the McCann case, which has received a reported £11.75m Home Office funding, and other cases, including his own.

    Mr Lee says he bears the McCanns no ill will and understands their desire to continue the search for Madeleine, who went missing in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007, when she was three.

    But he says it should be a level playing field for all such cases.

    Mr Lee said: “There is no one case more important than another.

    “It should be a level playing field for all missing person cases and it is not.

    “There is a distinct disparity between Ben Needham (who went missing aged 21 months on the Greek island of Kos) and the high profile case of Madeleine McCann.”

    Mr Lee said a search of a river bank in Germany for signs of Katricee a year ago cost £100,000.

    “That works out at £52.25 over the 37 years that Katrice has been missing which I think in reality is very, very poor,” he said.

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