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Case File 3474DMDEU

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Felix Tschoek
Missing since December 28, 1984 from Dresden, Gemany
Classification: Non Family Abduction

Vital Statistics

Circumstances of Disappearance
Felix Tschoek disappeared on December 28, 1984 after his parents parked his pram outside a department store in Dresden, a common practice in communist East Germany where street crime was virtually non-existent, in what authorities believe may have been a swap for a Russian baby.
Only a few days after Felix disappeared, an abandoned baby of about one-year old was found left in a box in Dresden.
Police traced the box to a Soviet company. Authorities believe that the one-year old boy, who reportedly responded to Russian language sounds at the time, may have been abandoned in an exchange with Felix.
The one-year-old was at first believed to be seriously ill and had operation scars that were not common for East Germany. The baby was adopted by East Germans and given the name Martin. He turned out to be healthy and now lives in Saxony.

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

the Tschoek Family
Dresden Police

Source Information:
Wo Ist Felix

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