Suspects include Brit cleaners who worked near holiday complex where toddler went missing One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 11:58 ON Mon 20 May 2013 SCOTLAND YARD has identified 12 new people of interest as part of its review into theShow More Summary
Post by Cynthia Dermody Just weeks after those three girls were rescued in Ohio, here's some more encouraging news about another missing child: Madeleine McCann might still be alive! Yes, we've heard this before. And yes, we -- especially her parents -- have been disappointed. Show More Summary
The Madeleine McCann case has a number of new suspects after Scotland Yard investigators drew up a list of “people of interest” they are seeking in connection to the girl’s 2007 disappearance. Scotland Yard initiated a review of the Madeleine McCann case in 2011 in an attempt to revive the cast of the missing toddler, [...]Show More Summary
And the search for Madeleine McCann is on again: Police have produced a new list of suspects in the case of the toddler who went missing in Portugal in 2007, following a lengthy and expensive new review, the Telegraph reports. "There is more than a handful of people of interest...
Police have identified a number of suspects in the case of missing Madeleine McCann, Scotland Yard has disclosed.Officers investigating the case as part of a review have drawn up a list of "people of interest" they wish to speak to in...Show More Summary
A retired solicitor who published claims that Madeleine McCann's parents caused her death has been given a suspended jail sentence.Mr Justice Tugendhat said 65-year-old Tony Bennett deliberately flouted legal undertakings, given in November...Show More Summary
Turns out a lookalike in New Zealand is not the long-missing Madeleine McCann. The DNA of a Queenstown girl was sent to Scotland Yard for testing, despite local police's certainty that she wasn't the British Maddy, who went missing in 2007. "Following a DNA submission, we are now satisfied the...
Post by Kiri BlakeleyIt's been nearly six years since Madeleine McMann, who was 3 years old at the time, disappeared while on vacation with her parents in Portugal. While suspicion fell upon the parents, as it tends to do at some point...Show More Summary
DNA tests have confirmed a New Zealand girl is not the missing youngster Madeleine McCann, police have announced.The girl has twice been mistaken for Madeleine by members of the public and British police asked for testing to be carried...Show More Summary
(WELLINGTON, New Zealand) — DNA tests have confirmed a New Zealand girl is not missing British youngster Madeleine McCann, police said Wednesday. Members of the public have twice mistakenly identified the New Zealand girl as Madeleine. Show More Summary
A New Zealand girl is not Madeleine McCann, the girl who disappeared while on a family vacation to Portugal six years ago. A DNA test confirmed that the New Zealand girl was not Madeleine McCann after members of the public twice mistakenly identified her as the missing British girl. After a sighting last March and [...]Show More Summary
For the second time since Madeleine McCann went missing, the DNA of a lookalike is to be tested. New Zealand police insist that a girl spotted in Queenstown is absolutely not the same child who vanished in 2007. Still, they say that they've complied with Scotland Yard's request and have...
Two New Zealanders have agreed to send a sample of their daughter’s DNA to Scotland Yard in hopes of proving she is not the abducted child.
British police have asked for a DNA sample from a girl in New Zealand said to bear a striking resemblance to the missing British girl Madeleine McCann. The girl, who was spotted on New Year’s Eve in a store in the South Island city of...Show More Summary
A New Zealand girl repeatedly mistaken for missing Madeleine McCann has given police a sample of her DNA which will be sent to Scotland Yard.The girl, who has not been named, is understood to have a similar eye defect to Madeleine, prompting...Show More Summary
A man was yesterday charged with posting offensive comments on Facebook about April Jones.Matthew Wood, 20, from Chorley, Lancashire, will appear at the town's magistrates' court today over comments posted about the missing five-year-old...Show More Summary
Only 4 when she was kidnapped in 2007, Madeleine still holds the interest of the public, and the police, writes Barbie Latza Nadeau.
A self-styled investigator sends radar scans to police that he says show a burial site in the resort where she disappeared. British detectives are examining an extraordinary claim that Madeleine McCann's body is buried near the holiday...Show More Summary
A former detective investigates the possible explanations for Madeleine McCann's disappearance. A former top Scotland Yard detective has written a detailed analysis of the Madeleine McCann mystery and explains why he believes there is...Show More Summary
I had never heard of Derek Acorah till I read Tom Chivers’s blog. So I have no idea whether he is a fantasist or fraud, but at the very least what he says about Madeleine McCann is grossly insensitive and distasteful. Nor have I ever gone in for table-tapping, Ouija boards, or any of the [...]