World Maddie case. A garden searched near Hanover by the German police

14:55  28 july  2020
14:55  28 july  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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German police officers are searching a garden plot at a kindergarten in Hanover in connection with the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann 13 "I can confirm that the search is being carried out in connection with our investigations into the Maddie McCann case ," Brunswick prosecutor Julia

POLICE in Germany are searching an allotment reportedly linked to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Officers have launched a "large-scale" operation in the city of Hanover , according to a report from ‘Key to solving’ Madeleine McCann case pinpointed as police probe ‘crucial’ evidence.

Les parents de Maddie McCann tenant un avis de recherche, en 2012. (Photo d’illustration) © REUTERS / Andrew Winning Maddie McCann's parents holding a search notice, in 2012. (Photo illustration)

The Brunswick public prosecutor's office announced on Tuesday July 28 that Excavations are underway in a allotment garden near Hanover, as part of the investigation into the disappearance of little Briton Maddie McCann.

The German police has been carrying out searches since Tuesday morning in a workers' garden near Hanover, announced the Brunswick prosecutor's office, responsible for the file of the mysterious disappearance of Maddie McCann .

"These searches are linked to our investigation into the Maddie McCann affair", told AFP Julia Meyer, spokesperson for the prosecution, without giving further details, while German investigators believe that the girl is missing 13 years ago passed away.

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Police revealed Wednesday they have identified a new suspect in the disappearance of British girl On May 3, 2007, a few days before her fourth birthday, " Maddie " disappeared from her family's Joint investigations with Portuguese and German police have subsequently led to the suspect.

To carry out their searches, the investigators use in particular an excavator, according to the local newspaper Hannoversche Allgemeine , which specifies that the suspect currently in detention had lived in Hanover.

"No forensic evidence"

This case has experienced a sudden acceleration since the beginning of June with the identification of this new suspect, Christian B ., 43 years old, a German repetitive pedophile already convicted of rape in Portugal and currently in detention. He had to be placed in solitary confinement to prevent him from being attacked by fellow detainees.

The investigators have thus acquired the certainty that Madeleine McCann, aged three at the time of her disappearance in Portugal in 2007, is dead.

Police search German allotment garden in Madeleine McCann case

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The Judicial Police was yesterday considering searching the abandoned shafts in Praia da Luz for Madeleine's body, according to Portuguese newspaper Sol. 'The obvious focus would be around the hillside former farm building and another property nearby with links to him.'

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Thus, the prosecution claimed to hold "evidence or concrete facts" supporting the thesis of the death of the girl but not "forensic evidence" in the sense that, for example, the remains of the body would have been found.

The suspect, Christian B., 43, is currently in custody in Kiel, northern Germany, on another matter.

The man denies any implication

He lived at the time of the events a few kilometers from the hotel, in the small Portuguese seaside resort of Praia da Luz, where the child had disappeared.

He is suspected of murdering the little girl, who was on vacation with her parents and their two other children in Portugal at the time of her disappearance. According to his lawyer quoted in the media, the man denies any involvement in the disappearance of the little Briton.

According to German media, investigators discovered children's swimsuits in a suspect's camper van. They also allegedly got their hands on USB drives containing thousands of pedophile images, some of which depict the suspect.

The latter has applied for release, which the prosecution says will not be successful. He is in fact the subject of an extradition request to Portugal for the rape of a 72-year-old woman.

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