We first see the poster on the wall of the room where the search is being coordinated and tips received. Natalie is tirelessly working at the site. However, when Cynthia's body is discovered, she is removed from the case and another pathologist brought in to do the autopsy. Natalie has to go home, where—deeply depressed over her goddaughter's death—she burns copies of the missing child poster in her fireplace.
The Missing Child PosterEdit
At the top of the poster in large bold capital letters are the words "MISSING CHILD".
Underneath is a large box, containing all the rest of the contents of the poster—save for the number 51203, which is inset into the top of the box, breaking the top line. This presumably is an identifying number for the case.
Inside the box are the following:
- a large photograph of Cynthia
- underneath, her name in capital letters: "CYNTHIA LAMBERT LUCE". This is separated by an underline from the next section.
- below that, a section of relevant information in two columns, English on the left and French on the right
|Date of Birth|
June 4, 1984
May 12, 1994
|date de naissance|
4 juin 1984
12 mai 1994
- At the bottom, in capital letters, "METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT". This is separated from the preceding section by an underline.