Madeleine McCann’s disappearance could be resolved in “months” following a successful call for witnesses, according to police in Germany.
Madeleine was three years old when she disappeared on May 3, 2007 while on vacation in Portugal.
His disappearance sparked one of the most high-profile searches for missing persons in history.
Her parents, Kate and Gerry McCann have vowed to never give up the search for their daughter.
Last month marked Maddie’s 18th birthday, with her parents claiming that each passing May is a “reminder of years gone by, years together lost or stolen.”
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 it may be, of seeing Madeleine again. As we have said many times, we need to know what happened to our lovely 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 for that we are really grateful – thank you. ”
Hans Christian Wolters, who heads the police investigation in Germany, told the Mirror: “We hope to be able to resolve the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, even if it will take several months,
“We are satisfied with the response to our call for witnesses. But unfortunately not all of our questions were answered.
Asked when the suspect Christian B will be questioned, he replied: “At the end of the investigation. When we have completed our investigations, we will notify the public of the outcome and then other details as well. ”
Despite the news, former Scotland Yard chief inspector Peter Kirkham said he believed the investigation “was drying up quickly”.
Christian B was revealed as the new prime suspect in June 2020.
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This notice was published: 2021-06-08 06:00:00