The disappearance of Alexandra Brandt remains a mystery: A DNA test performed on samples provided by the legal parents of an Ashdod woman alleged to be Alexandra Brandt, who went missing more than 18 years ago, confirmed that they are indeed her biological parents.
Brandt's mother, who refused to take the test herself, is claiming that the woman is in fact her missing daughter.
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Earlier this week, Brandt's mother and sister arrived at an Ashdod residence and called the police. "This is Alexandra," they told them.
Brandt disappeared in November 24, 1994 on the way home from school in Ramat Gan. She was in the third grade at the time.
Missing since 1994
Upon the family's request, police arrived at the house and questioned the woman who lives there, but she denied any connection to the family.
Friends of Brandt's mother said she is devastated and is waiting for the truth to come out. She herself has refused to comment.
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