Detectives searching for Madeleine McCann could be about to receive more funding to continue the search for the missing British girl which will enable them to explore a major new lead in what is being seen as a huge breakthrough in the search for the missing girl.
Without the fresh injection of cash the search being undertaken by British Police could have been shut down within 3 weeks.
Kate & Jerry are said to be “very encouraged at the news of the new funding and strong line of enquiry and remain very hopeful that they will finally find out what happened to their daughter”
The current investigation codenamed “Operation Grange” was launched in 2011 and has so far cost over $14 Million after Portuguese Police closed the investigation in 2008.
This new funding and major line of enquiry could be the last chance the McCann’s have of discovering what happened to their daughter who was taken from the Portuguese holiday resort of Praia Da Luz back in 2007.
The youngster was left alone with her two young siblings in a holiday apartment whilst her parents dined in a Tapas bar nearby.
The abduction and investigation which has been followed worldwide could soon have it’s conclusion.