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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

British Police recieve more funds to continue searching for a girl who has been missing for the past ten years.

British police are investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and they have been given additional funds to continue their search for the girl who vanished 10 years ago.The UK Home Office gave police $103,000 ( £85,000) to extend the search for six more months between April and September 2017. Her parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, have always promised to "never give up" their search for their missing daughter. So far, about $13.5 million has been spent on the search, which is nicknamed Operation Grange.
The search for Madeleine has gone on for many years, and has included investigators from the UK and Portuguese. Her parents had left Madeleine and her younger twin siblings asleep while they went for dinner with friends at a nearby tapas restaurant. Her mother raised the alarm when she checked on the children about 10 p.m. and discovered her daughter missing. A series of suspects have been questioned, but there have been no solid clues.
Madeleine was a few weeks to her fourth birthday when she went missing from her family's holiday apartment on May 3, 2007, in the Portuguese town of Praia da Luz.

****I am sure someone close to the family took her away. Did her parents tell anyone they were leaving the house? Who has lived with them that may have an extra key to enter into their home? Neighbors should be questioned. Their friends they hanged out with ahould be investigated. You never can tell, one of them might have informed someone the kids were alone. She could still be alive. We live in a mysterious world.

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