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Murat's Clones

This is the uncanny lookalike of Madeleine McCann suspect Robert Murat - and he works just yards from the complex resort where she vanished.

Brit estate agent Angus Symington, 37, has almost identical hair, complexion, facial features, height and build and wears similar glasses.

There is no suggestion he was involved in the abduction. But Murat thinks eight witnesses who say they saw him near the complex may have seen Angus instead.

Murat, 34, gasped at the stunning likeness when the Daily Mirror showed him Angus's photos yesterday.

He said: "I'm shocked and amazed. I've never seen this guy, yet the hairline, the nose...it could be me." His uncle Ralph Eveleigh added: "They're very similar."

Angus's firm is a few hundred yards away from Maddy's Ocean Club complex in Praia da Luz, Portugal, and it sells flats in the same chain.

Murat said suspicion should not fall on the estate agent and added:
"People work. He has every reason to be at the Ocean Club. I wouldn't want what happened to me to happen to anyone else."

Yesterday, married Angus said he had left work and was at home with his family when Maddy, four, went missing on the night of May 3.

He said: "I categorically was not around. I live 10 kilometres from here. It couldn't have been me."

Brit expat Murat, who says he was at home with mum Jenny, 71, plans to hand lawyers our photos of Angus.


Murat and Payne. Mistaken identity?











You can see from the above picture how easy it would be for someone to mistake Murat for Payne or use Murat's likeness.

"Annie Wiltshire and her sister Jayne Jensen said they tried to tell Portuguese police at the time and then tried to speak to police in the UK without success.

They were not on the original police list of potential witnesses because their apartment was not in the same block as the McCanns’.

They finally spoke to the British authorities two months ago.

The details were passed onto Kate and Gerry McCann’s private detective agency in Spain, Metodo 3, but have only just emerged." Telegraph



David Payne
was on holiday with the McCanns, he at the tapas bar the night of Madeleine went missing.

He is a surgeon at Leicester Royal Infirmary, specialising in strokes, he helped run the Find Madeleine campaign. A quote from him "We know they didn't do it. One of our party saw Madeleine being abducted. We were waiting for something to happen but didn't in our worst nightmare think it would be this."




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