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Police on Maddy case hunt for clues in aerial photos

Post  Annabel on Sat 10 May - 6:04

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DETECTIVES were last night studying aerial photographs of the resort where Madeleine McCann vanished for clues to ­features on the land which could hold the key to her disappearance.
By: Gerard Couzens
Published: Sat, May 10, 2014



madeleine mccann, maddie, portugal, algarve, policeMadeleine McCann went missing from the Ocean Club resort in Praia de Luz [EPA]

Police took pictures from an air force helicopter over Praia da Luz on Thursday.

Operation Grange officers leading the hunt hope the images will identify ­areas where earth may have been moved and evidence like weapons – or a body – could be buried.

   The British police want to question them as part of their line of investigation based on a sexual predator breaking into various houses

   Newspaper Correio da Manha

Portuguese police chief Almeida Rodrigues has to give the go-ahead for a search which could employ ground-penetrating radar or sniffer dogs, offered by the Met Police, capable of detecting buried bodies.

The Met is concentrating on wasteland next to the Ocean Club complex from where Madeleine vanished and a patch of ground by Our Lady of the Light Church, where prayers were said for her return.

Eight “people of interest” the Met are said to want to talk to include an unnamed British paedophile living in the Algarve at the time.

madeleine mccann, maddie, portugal, algarve, policeBritish detectives are using aerial photos of Praia de Luz to sniff out new clues [PA]


A Portuguese judge has yet to decide on the Met team’s application. The same judge recently banned them from searching homes of three former Ocean Club workers.

Detectives believe an intruder linked to a spate of sex attacks may have snatched Madeleine.

Leading Portuguese daily Correio da Manha reported: “The eight people are of ­different nationalities and live on the Algarve. The British police want to question them as part of their line of investigation based on a sexual predator breaking into various houses.”

But in a blow to the Met inquiry, it was also reported Portuguese police are set to discount links between the sex attacks and Madeleine’s disappearance.

Porto-based detectives who led a cold case review are said to think there is no evidence the Algarve sex attacker snatched Madeleine.

She went missing, aged three, on May 3, 2007.

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