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'Without a Trace' helps find two siblings



Published: Thu, July 28, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



ZAP2IT.COM

Two years ago, "Without a Trace's star, Anthony LaPaglia says. "We put up a real missing person fact sheet at the end of every episode. The day somebody gets found because of one of those, I'll be a really happy guy."

That day came on Monday.

Following a tip from a viewer who saw Nicholas Antonio Candela profiled at the end of last Thursday's broadcast, the FBI was able to recover both the 8-year-old and his 7-year-old sister, Gio' Annah, who was slated to be profiled herself at the end of this Thursday's show.

Since the "Without a Trace's" premiere in September 2002, CBS has worked with FBI to feature a new case each week.




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