New portrait of Madeleine McCann’s kidnapper shown throw websites
October 14, 2013
British police investigating the disappearance in 2007 of the girl Madeleine McCann in Portugal on Monday published two portraits – robot of a man they believe as a suspect.
According to police “the man is really important”. His portraits were released in Germany and Holland and were developed based on statements from two witnesses who saw him in the Praia da Luz, where British girl disappeared”.
A public television program of the BBC, Crimewatch, will also present a new chronology of the disappearance of the girl on holiday in Portugal, shortly before her fourth birthday, based on new data that police has found.
Witnesses described the man as white, aged 20 to 40 years, short brown hair, average weight, clean and shaven.
One of the two photos shows him with a larger jaw.
Chief Inspector Andy Redwood, the Scotland Yard officer in charge of the investigation said that: “While this man may or may not unlock key research, talking to him is of vital importance to us. We have witnesses that place him in the area around the time of Madeleine’s disappearance. “
Madeleine McCann disappeared on May 3, 2007 at Praia da Luz hotel in Algarve (southern Portugal) one night when her parents had gone out to dinner and left their three children sleeping without adult supervision .
His parents are sure that the girl is still alive and did not cease in their campaign to find her.