Disappearance of Madeleine McCann: this new track studied by investigators

What happened to Madeleine McCann? This is the question that remains unanswered since she disappeared on May 3, 2007, from the vacation apartment her parents rented in Praia da Luz, a coastal town in the Portuguese Algarve, when she had only three years. For several months, the investigation has been relaunched with the lead of Christian Brückner. He is the main suspect, but has continued to deny the facts alleged against him. However, the investigators have just received important new information provided to them by Dieter Fehlinger, Nicole’s mother who was in a relationship with Christian Brückner at the time of the girl’s disappearance. According to information from the Mirror, she assured that her daughter had a house in Portugal.

“No one knows that my daughter not only had a private residence in Portugal, but also a separate property near there,” he explained. “No one has ever looked there. This property has never been linked to Maddie, Nicole or Brückner,” she continued. This residence is located about sixty kilometers from Praia da Luz, place of the disappearance. The mother of the family assured that the 5,000 m² property was fenced. “It was completely overgrown and barely visible from the outside. No one could get in or out, except my daughter and maybe Brückner.”

Where is Madeleine McCann’s body hidden?

This enclosure kept secret until now should quickly be searched by investigators. For Madeleine McCann’s family, the hope of finding her alive is increasingly slim, but she would at least like to understand and find her body in order to mourn. For more than ten years, there have been many twists and turns in this affair.

Madeleine McCann © JLPPA

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