viernes, junio 05, 2020

NOVEDADES EN EL SECUESTRO DE MADELEINE MCCANN

7 de junio

A pesar de lo que dicen los medios periodísticos, todo indica que todavía la policía no tiene evidencias sólidas para "situar" a Christian B. , el principal sospechoso por el momento del secuestro de Madeleine McCann, en Praia da Luz, a la hora del crimen.

Mi interés en este sospechoso se basa principalmente en que habría entrado a robar en apartamentos de Praia da Luz, y que quien haya entrado en el apartamento 5L en el mismo edificio donde se hospedaba Madeleine, 17 días antes del secuestro, debía haber sido un hombre joven, alto y delgado, por las características de la entrada a través de la ventana. Christian B. tiene es un hombre alto y delgado, y de 30 años en esas fechas.

6 de junio

Mucha de la información dada por los medios periodísticos contiene errores, producto de los apresuramientos por lograr una primicia.

Veremos si la policía logra "situar" al sospechoso en Praia da Luz el 3 de mayo por la noche, porque no estoy seguro que puedan probar que el número 912730680 le pertenecía y lo utilizaba él.

5 de junio

Las tres policías implicadas en la investigación (portuguesa, inglesa, y alemana) están tratando de localizar a la persona que realizó una llamada desde el móvil de Portugal número 916510683 hacia el móvil de Portugal ubicado en Praia da Luz número 912730680, el día 3 de mayo de 2007, con una duración de media hora (desde las 19:32 hasta las 20:02). Ver abajo datos proporcionados por Scotland Yard.



4 de junio

Información de la Operation Grange de Scotland Yard Metropolitan Police

Detectives leading enquiries into the 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann have made a new public appeal for information.

It is now 13 years since Madeleine was reported missing during a family holiday in Portugal and the team of officers leading the Met’s investigation, known as Operation Grange, made a public appeal on Wednesday, 3 June, linked to a significant new line of enquiry. 



Met detectives working with German authorities have identified a man currently imprisoned in Germany as a suspect in Madeleine’s disappearance.

This man is white and in 2007 is believed to have had short blond hair, possibly fair. He was about 6ft in height with a slim build. He is 43-yearsold, but in 2007 may have looked between 25 to early 30s.

We have established that he lived on and off in the Algarve between 1995 and 2007. He is connected to the area of Praia da Luz and surrounding regions, and spent some short spells in Germany.

This individual, who we will not identify, is currently in prison in Germany for an unrelated matter. 

The Operation Grange team is revealing details of two vehicles which the suspect is known to have had access to and used around the time of Madeleine’s disappearance.

The first vehicle is a distinctive VW T3 Westfalia campervan. It is an early 1980s model, with two tone markings, a white upper body and a yellow skirting. It had a Portuguese registration plate. 

The suspect had access to this van from at least April 2007 until sometime after May 2007. It was used in and around the area of Praia da Luz.

We believe he was living in this van for days, possibly weeks, and may have been using it on 3 May 2007. 

We are appealing for anyone who may have seen it in or around Praia da Luz on 3 May, the night Madeleine went missing, the days before, or weeks following the disappearance.

The second vehicle is a 1993 British Jaguar, model XJR 6, with a German number plate and registered in Germany.

This car is believed to have been in the Praia da Luz and surrounding areas in 2006 and 2007. The car was originally registered in the suspect’s name. On 4 May 2007, the day after Madeleine’s disappearance, the car was reregistered to someone else in Germany.

To re-register the car in Germany you don’t have to have the car in the country or region. We believe the car was still in Portugal and would like information if you saw it.

The Met is asking if anyone saw these cars together or individually during the spring and summer of 2007. Both of these vehicles are now held by the German authorities. 

Detectives are also appealing for information about two mobile phone numbers, one of which is believed to have been used by the suspect on the day of Madeleine’s disappearance. 

The first number is +351 912 730 680. Extensive enquiries have led investigators to believe the suspect was using this number and received a call, starting at 7.32pm and finishing at 8.02pm on 3 May 2007. This call was received in the area of Praia da Luz. 

The second mobile number is +351 916 510 683. This number is the phone number that made this call. We know the person was not in the area of Praia da Luz.

Investigators believe the person who made this call is a highly significant witness and are appealing for them to get in touch.

The Operation Grange team is also asking anyone if they recognise these numbers. Did you ever call them? Do you have them in your phone, an old phone or your electronic contacts?