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3rd day of searches for Maddie resume today at the Arade dam

3RD DAY OF SEARCHES FOR MADDIE RESUME TODAY AT THE ARADE DAMThe police searches for Madeleine McCann were resumed this Thursday morning at the Arade dam, in Silves, after the authorities decided to prolong the searches, which should have ended on Wednesday.

In the first two days of the investigations launched on Tuesday, there have been no signs or elements reported that could help unravel the disappearance of Maddie McCann in May 2007.

The researchers returned to the area this morning, also accompanied by forestry sappers equipped with equipment to clear areas of undergrowth and vegetation on one of the banks of the basin of the Arade dam.

The searches have taken place on the ground by several teams of operatives, accompanied by investigators from the Portuguese, British and German police.

Despite the attempts made by Lusa News Agency, the Judiciary Police (PJ) have not yet been available to provide information about the course of the investigations. 

The young British girl disappeared from a tourist resort in Praia da Luz, where she was spending holidays with her parents and siblings, about 50kms from the location where these searches are taking place.

The searches were requested by the German police, suspecting the involvement of a German citizen in the disappearance of the child, who allegedly spent a lot of time at the Arade dam, Silves.

These investigations, 16 years after Maddie's disappearance, are being monitored by the London Metropolitan Police and the Judiciary Police, with the support of the Republican National Guard, the National Emergency and Civil Protection Authority and the Silves Volunteer Firefighters.

Source https://postal.pt/

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