Madeleine McCann investigation led British police to new suspect

McCann disappeared while sleeping in his family’s holiday apartment in 2007, and has been in the media since then in the UK. It was never found. There is a £ 20,000 (about $ 25,000) police award for information that leads to the conviction of those responsible for their disappearance.

The British Metropolitan Police force said the new suspect is currently a man imprisoned in Germany on an unrelated subject.

The force did not identify the man, but he described it as a white man at the age of 43. He lived periodically in the Algarve region of Southern Portugal, where McCann disappeared between 1995 and 2007.

“Praia da Luz is connected to the surrounding areas and has made some short spells in Germany,” the police said. Said.

“It took more than 13 years for Madeleine’s disappearance, and none of us can imagine how it should have been for his family without knowing what it was or where he was.”

“After his ten-year anniversary, Met received information about a German man known to be in and around Praia da Luz. We are working with our colleagues in Germany and Portugal, and he suspects Madeleine’s disappearance.” Detective Chief Inspector Mark Cranwell said on Wednesday.

The police also revealed details of the two cars the suspect had accessed and used during Madeleine McCann’s disappearance.

They asked the public to give any information about the vehicles. They also asked for information about two mobile numbers, one of which was believed to have been used by the suspect on the day when Madeleine disappeared.

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