Detectives in the Madeleine McCann case have said they are closer to solving her disappearance of the mystery when they look at a new suspect.
A joint effort by the British and Portuguese police has been narrowed into a & # 39; foreign & # 39; man who was in the Algarve when she went missing in 2007.
The police will discover a new clue and suspect because they & # 39; admit that they know closer to what happened to Madeleine & # 39 ;, said the Correio da Manha newspaper.
Policia Judiciaria was accompanied by Scotland Yard officers in Porto while they further analyzed the case.
A joint effort by the British and Portuguese police has been narrowed into a & # 39; foreign & # 39; man who was in the Algarve when she went missing in 2007. Kate and Gerry McCann published findmadeleine.com on their website where they said they wanted to move forward & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; the first few weeks in May (Madeleine pictured above)
A source told it Mirror: & # 39; The British were here recently, there were conversations at the PJ office in the city.
& # 39; It is all very secret, but then it is always with the Madeleine case. Only the police know who the suspect is. & # 39;
It marked the first meeting between the two troops, because the British authorities would have named the new suspect after the Portuguese.
The location of the suspect was not disclosed.
The news of a & # 39; tip-off & # 39; came forward last month, with the police looking at an alleged foreign pedophile who was in Portugal in May 2007.
Detectives have been given additional tools to move to a & # 39; new appointment & # 39; and a & # 39; new suspect & # 39; to watch.
Authorities are said to have & # 39; many doubts & # 39; Madeleine is still alive, in the light of claims that police are closer to what has happened & # 39 ;.
A report from the news website Expresso said the investigation relates to a complaint about a foreigner who was in Portugal in May 2007. & # 39;
& # 39; The suspect is no stranger to the Portuguese police & # 39 ;, it continues.
& # 39; The moment the PJ investigated him on suspicion of being involved in pedophilia, but in light of the information from London, the investigators are investigating this case in more detail. & # 39;
A Scotland Yard spokesperson said the investigation & # 39; ongoing & # 39; was, but said they would & # 39; not comment continuously & # 39 ;.
Correio da Manha, the Lisbon-based newspaper, said public prosecutors had rejected a request to see material in the case because of & # 39; active lines of investigation & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The police are following new clues from the Maddie's kidnapping, & # 39; the newspaper claimed.
& # 39; More inspectors are continuing to investigate a new suspect. A new clue and a new suspect, who is trying to keep the PJ an absolute secret, has led to new means to investigate the girl's whereabouts. & # 39;
A spokesman for the Portuguese attorney general said: & # 39; Regarding these facts, as is known, an investigation is under way in the Faro DIAP Public Prosecutor's Office. It is under investigation. & # 39;
The development came as Madeleine's parents vowed to continue searching for their daughter & # 39; for as long as needed & # 39 ;.
Kate and Gerry, clinging to a glimmer of hope that Maddie could still be alive, talked about their & # 39; comfort and reassurance & # 39; that the police go hunting to find her.
Kate and Gerry McCann (photo above) vowed to keep looking for their daughter Madeleine, who went missing in 2007
In a message to mark the moving milestone they wish they could & # 39; fast forward & # 39 ;, they share their grief that Maddie would soon turn sixteen.
In a posting on the Official Find Maddie Campaign website, the Rothley, Leicestershire couple say: & It is that time of year again. No matter how much we would like to fast forward the first few weeks of May, there is nothing wrong. & # 39;
Three-year-old Maddie disappeared during a family vacation in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007.
She stayed alone with her younger twin brothers and sisters while her parents were having dinner in a nearby tapas restaurant with friends in the coastal complex.
Former GP Kate, 51, now a medical professional and a prominent heart doctor, Gerry, 50, said the continued support of family, friends and the public has encouraged them.
The couple (photo above) have remained very grateful to Scotland Yard
In a joint message they wrote: & # 39; The months and years pass too quickly; Madeleine turns 16 this month. It is impossible to put into words how it makes us feel. However, there is comfort and reassurance if you know that the investigation is continuing and many people around the world remain vigilant. & # 39;
They add: & # 39; Thanks to everyone who continues to support us and for your continued hope and faith. As long as needed … & # 39; before Kate and Gerry unsubscribe.
The Facebook page, run by a close friend of the McCanns and seen by millions of people around the world, has updated the cover photo with the couple's keywords: & # 39; While it lasts … & # 39; in yellow, a pair that represents hope in Portugal.
The message of Kate and Gerry with the title & # 39; 12th anniversary of the abduction of Madeleine (3 May 2019) & # 39; was posted a few hours before they came along with well-placed people to remember their daughter during a moving prayer service in their home village.
Family, friends and locals gathered at the war memorial where a lantern – a beacon of hope – shines brightly all day long for & # 39; the world's most famous missing child.
Maddie & # 39; s parents remain very grateful to Scotland Yard, who has been actively looking for their daughter for eight years.
Madeleine McCann (left and right) would turn sixteen this month and her parents posted a genuine piece on their website
Police chief Cressida Dick of the British police confirmed last month that the force had requested more money from the Ministry of the Interior to continue Operation Grange for Maddie.
She said: & # 39; We have active questionnaires and I think the public would expect us to go through them. A very small team continues to work on this matter with Portuguese colleagues and we have applied to the home office for further financing. & # 39;
Kate previously said in a logging post on the Find Maddie website: & # 39; As a parent of a kidnapped child, I can tell you that this is the most painful and painful experience you could ever imagine. My thoughts of fear, confusion and loss of love and safety that my dear daughter has had to endure are unbearable – paralyzing. & # 39;
A controversial Netflix documentary re-examining Maddie's abduction was released this year and caused a barrage of online abuse against Kate and Gerry by heartless trolls.
The couple, who refused to participate in the eight-hour program series, beat it for & # 39; potentially obstructing & # 39; from the search for their daughter while an active police hunt is underway.
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