Dave Edgar believes Madeleine could be being held captive, hidden in plain sight and unaware of the massive international hunt underway to find her.
Mr Edgar, who was hired by Kate and Gerry Mc Cann for three years to try and find their missing daughter, has disclosed he handed over seven lines of inquiry to Scotland Yard when they launched Operation Grange in May 2011.
Mr Edgar said: “It does appear that the Metropolitan Police investigation is coming towards an end.“So now really is the time to come forward, whether it is here in Britain, in Portugal.
or anywhere in the world.”“I think someone has the information that will break this case.” Mr Edgar, had a 30 year career with the Royal Ulster Constabulary and Cheshire Constabulary, before retiring as a Detective Inspector.
Ten mini-episodes known as Wolfblood Secrets, which also takes place between the fourth and fifth series, has aired.We will link the artist's page to the account you are signed in with now.You will then be able to add events and information to the page through Ents24 Backstage.If that seems a little crazy to you, you're not the only one—the "Cheap Thrills" dancer was never into the drama either."Your life is what the show is about, but you're also trying to live it," she said of the show, adding, "I just wanted to dance; I didn't want all the drama." 4.Despite seeming basically superhuman, sometimes the fame still gets to her.We have seen in a number of cases recently where people have come forward and given evidence of events which took place many years ago.”The Sunday Express revealed last month that Scotland Yard’s four strong Operation Grange team have been given a further £85,000 to continue making inquiries until the autumn.