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Madeleine McCann’s police find ‘dramatic’ new evidence UK News

Police working on Madeleine McCann’s disappearance have received new evidence against a suspect, according to reports.

It follows reports that police are investigating a new suspect, a convicted rapist who is currently serving a prison sentence in Germany.

During the week that Madeleine turns 18, police are said to be examining “dramatic evidence”.

The Sun reports that German prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters said the police had been given a boost in their search.

He told the newspaper: “I’m afraid I can’t tell you what it is, but it strengthens our work.”

He added: “I am optimistic that we will resolve this matter.”

Madeleine was three years old when she disappeared on May 3, 2007 while on vacation in Portugal.

Last week, her parents Kate and Gerry said that each passing May is a “reminder of years gone by, years together lost or stolen.”

A campaign group remembering Madeleine McCann has vowed he will “never give up” his search as she marked her 18th birthday.

The well-known image of Madeleine in a pink sun hat was posted on the official Find Madeleine campaign Facebook group with the words “Happy 18th birthday Madeleine!”

Happy 18th birthday Madeleine!

Posted by Official Find Madeleine Campaign on Wednesday, May 12, 2021

It was captioned: “We love you and we are waiting for you and we will never give up.”

In a post on the Find Madeleine Facebook page, they said Covid-19 made last year even more difficult, but thanked police for continuing their investigation.

“We cling to the hope, however small, of seeing Madeleine again. As we have said many times, we need to know what happened to our adorable daughter no matter what, ”the couple said.

“We still receive so many positive words and good wishes despite the years that have passed. All of this helps and we really appreciate it – thank you.

The Metropolitan Police continue to treat Madeleine’s disappearance as an investigation into missing persons.

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This notice was published: 2021-05-13 09:05:10