Madeleine McCann case details have evolved, leading to prosecutors reopening the investigation. The Madeleine McCann case has drawn quite a bit of attention over the last few years, but apparently something has changed now. According to a report from Thursday (Oct. 24), the public prosecutor's office in Portugal has stated that "new indications" have emerged.
This story goes back to May 2007, when Kate and Gerry McCann traveled to southern Portugal on a vacation with their daughter. The three-year-old girl reportedly vanished and an investigation was opened. In 2008 the investigation was closed, though, as no proof of a crime could be found. There have been a lot of theories in the case, including that of the parents, which were published in a book that they had published.
Now, more than six years later, it appears that some form of evidence must have been found. For the Madeleine McCann case to be reopened, Portuguese prosecutors have to have more information than they did back in 2008. What that might be, though, has not been revealed at this time. As the investigation starts to evolve in a new direction, it is very likely that more information will be released to the public.
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