The Maddie McCann affair has struggled to find an end for more than a decade. So much so that, as reported by the British tabloid The Sun, this Tuesday, July 20, investigators were entitled to considerable help in order to resolve the mystery of the girl’s disappearance. Opened in 2011, Operation Barn, devoted to designating a prime suspect in this sinister affair, would have cost the taxpayer £ 12.5 million (over € 14.4 million). The police have received financial aid of 350,000 pounds or 404,206 euros, which will undoubtedly be able to help them in their search for a number one suspect.
A boost coming after a confidence of the metropolitan police who declared to continue the efforts until there is “nothing more to do.” A spokesperson for the UK Home Office announced that “the government has provided up to £ 350,000 for Operation Grange in 2021-2022.” The funding has been approved on an annual basis by the upper echelons of power. Madeleine McCann’s parents also did everything to raise enough money to find their daughter. An amount of 773,629 pounds sterling, or 893,119 euros.
Who is Christian Brückner?
For now, the authorities are closely watching Christian Brückner, named as the main suspect in the Madeleine McCann case. But he has yet to be questioned about May 3, 2007, the date the child has been untraceable after being abducted in Praia da Luz, Portugal, during a family vacation. Recidivist pedophile, Christian Brückner then lived a few kilometers from the tourist complex in which the girl was. Recently, a medium let it be known that she could well be buried in a wood, not far from the place of her disappearance.
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