Jaycee Plastered Her Face on Garrido Biz Cards
Garrido told customers the girl on the cards was his daughter 'Alissa'
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Sep 2, 2009 5:26 AM CDT
This family photo shows Jaycee Lee Dugard before she was abducted in 1991.   (AP Photo)
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(Newser) – In what some suspect was a cry for help, Jaycee Dugard printed photos of her face on the business cards of her abductor's printing business, the Telegraph reports. Dugard, who customers knew as Alissa, "did all the graphic design for him and she put her photo on the cards," said a customer. "Maybe she was trying to reach out to us but nobody recognized her as Jaycee."

Phillip Garrido handed the business cards to prospective customers and told them the girl on the cards was his daughter. Garrido "was weird," another customer recalls. "He said he could read my wife's mind. He asked her what she was thinking and then said it was God. It wasn't." The customer says Garrido sometimes brought the two girls he fathered with Dugard to the printing shop.