ATHENS, Greece -- A Greek charity says an unknown girl found living with a Roma couple charged with abducting her is older than police initially thought.
The "Smile of the Child" charity, which is caring for the child known as "Maria" until her biological parents are found, says she is aged around five or six.
The charity director said Monday that the revision follows dental and other examinations done at a hospital where the girl is undergoing health checks. The charity had initially set her age at around four.
A Greek appeal for help in identifying the girl has triggered a global outpouring of sympathy and tips - over 8,000 calls so far - but no concrete breakthroughs, authorities say.