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NOTHING ‘Of Use’ Found in Lake Search for Madeleine McCann

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Police officials have hit a “roadblock” in their investigation after searching a Portuguese reservoir for clues into what happened to Madeleine McCann.

“Despite using some of the most high-tech forensic kit available none of the items have proved to be of use,” a source close to the investigation said.

“Disappointment” is the word being used after a three-day joint operation between German and Portuguese units found no helpful clues around the Barragem do Arade reservoir — an area approximately 30 miles from where Maddie was last seen in May 2007.

For over a decade, the world has watched authorities continue searching for the little girl who disappeared in Portugal while on holiday with her family. Madeleine was only three when she vanished from her apartment in Praia da Luz, while her parents were dining with friends nearby.

A “little paradise” for the prime suspect…

Christian Brueckner, the prime suspect in the case, had previously referred to the lake as his “little paradise.” Soil samples taken from the reservoir were shipped to Germany for extensive testing, but none provided any breakthrough.

Eight 2ft deep holes were drilled during the operation, hinting at the search for buried items or additional soil samples. However, according to sources, the reservoir search yielded no new answers or fresh leads.

Brueckner, who is currently serving a prison sentence for the rape of a woman near the site of Madeleine’s disappearance, is also suspected of further sexual abuses and rapes in the area, committed between 2000 and 2017.

Despite the mounting suspicions and his criminal record, Brueckner has staunchly denied involvement in Madeleine McCann’s disappearance. This new setback in the investigation seems to bolster his denial, leaving investigators and the public with more questions than answers.

The search for Madeleine McCann continues, albeit with disappointing recent developments. Nevertheless, the German authorities remain convinced that Brueckner is responsible for the abduction and murder of Madeleine McCann.

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