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Madeleine McCann: Who Needs Keys To Force A Window?

by | 1st, February 2014

MADELEINE McCANN: Anorak’s look at the missing child in the news:

Two paper lead with news of ‘Our Maddie’.

The Daily Mirror says”Prime Suspects’ worked at the Praia a Luz resort. These prime suspects are prime suspects in burglaries. There is no evidence that they ever met with the child.




Davis Collins writes :

Three workers at the holiday complex where Madeleine McCann was last seen made an abnormally high number of calls “outside the resort” on the night she went missing. A police source said: “Unlike their colleagues who called each other as the search proceeded, the three made domestic calls to areas of no geographic interest to the search.”

And, er, that’s it. On the night of an abnormal event, people made a lot of calls to somewhere that this  police source says was irrelevant to the search.You need more facts?

Then turn to the Express :



Gerard Couzens and David Pilditchreport:

BRITISH detectives hunting Madeleine McCann’s abductor want to trawl through the bank records of three new suspects, it was claimed yesterday.

Claims by whom? The reporters says this was reported in the  Correio da Manha .

The move raises fears Madeleine may have been snatched to order and sold by her kidnapper. It is alleged the suspects worked at the Ocean Club complex in the Algarve holiday resort of Praia da Luz where Madeleine’s family were staying. The three are thought to be behind a string of burglaries at the holiday complex before Madeleine went missing.

In other words: there is nothing new to report.

ITN expands the search

Nelson Rodrigues, a barman at the Ocean Club at the time the McCanns were staying there, told the Daily Mirror that there had been “quite a few” members of staff with keys to the rooms. “Reception staff, the cleaners, and the maintenance men could all get into rooms… I remember at the time things belonging to guests went missing now and then. Mobile phones, cash, anything valuable lying around.”

Phones. Cash. A four-year-old child. Make the link.

Rodrigues adds:

Waiters and barmen did not have access to keys.”

Sky News :

Former Ocean Club worker

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