English Police asks for more time to search Maddie

5 June 2014 | Posted by  Leave a Comment

photo Carlos Vidigal/Reuters

by Marisa Rodrigues

Terrain features of Praia da Luz, Lagos, spoiled the plans of the British investigators, who concluded that they need more time to search for traces of the body of Madeleine McCann. The searches, set to end Friday, will continue until the end of next week, at the request of Scotland Yard.

The Judiciary Police (PJ) and GNR, which ensures the surveillance and patrolling the area, have already been informed of this intention. The formal request is about to arrive at the National Directorate of the PJ after being authorized by the Public Prosecutor's Office.

The terrain is sandy, loamy and has large blocks of limestone, which has made the work of the experts from a private company hired by the British authorities very difficult.

Yesterday, the Forest Sappers from Lagos continued to cut back vegetation so ground samples could be collected, which were then analysed in the "mini labs" installed in tents on the ground, away from the eyes of journalists.

So far several bones of domestic animals have been found, but no evidence that supports the thesis of the British police that the body of Madeleine, vanished seven years ago from Praia da Luz, Lagos, may be buried there.

in Jornal de Notícias, June 5, 2014


Common sense said...

Please search the mobile records of the parents over this time.

Anonymous said...

Yes the mobile phone records of the mccanns and the tapas 7 should be checked , was it not these very records were withheld many moons ago when requested by the Portuguese Police?

Anonymous said...

@#1 why? what good would that do?

So SY are definitely searching for Maddie's body? I thought they were not saying what they were searching for...

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