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Missing 40 years, Corona girl sought via new photo

February 4, 2011 |  9:30 am

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Police are hoping a computer-generated “age progression” photo of a 12-year-old Corona girl who went missing nearly 40 years ago will help thaw a cold case.

Corona police are distributing fliers showing a photo of a smiling Debra Pscholka around the time of her disappearance and how she might look today at age 52.

The latter image was produced by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Pscholka was last seen June 5, 1971, leaving a movie theater.

Leads in the case were exhausted years ago and Pscholka’s parents have since died.

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-- Mike Anton

Credit: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

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