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Police investigating wells in the Madeleine McCann investigation

the Portuguese authorities have examined several wells as part of the investigation into the british girl Madeleine McCanns disappearance in 2007. It reports

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Police investigating wells in the Madeleine McCann investigation

the Portuguese authorities have examined several wells as part of the investigation into the british girl Madeleine McCanns disappearance in 2007.

It reports the newspaper The Mirror, according to the british news agency PA.

According to the newspaper the police and the divers in the Algarve region examined three unused wells in Vila do Bispo.

It is approximately 16 kilometres from the resort where Madeleine McCann at the age of 3 disappeared 3. may 2007.

Several investigators participated in the effort, which was used special equipment to examine the wells. The main well must be more than 13 meters deep.

Madeleine's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, have not been informed about why the authorities are examining wells, writes The Mirror.

According to the Portuguese television station RTP, the police have not found traces of the girl in the wells. It reports the news agency dpa.

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the Newspaper reports further that in several places near the beach, where the suspect Christian Brueckners campervan was photographed in 2007, will be studied. He is suspected of the abduction and likely killing of the girl.

the Investigation of Madeleine McCanns disappearance got new life in June. As informed German authorities that investigated Brueckner in connection with the case. He is convicted of having committed abuse against children.

He has lived on the Algarve coast of Portugal, from which Madeleine disappeared. His Portuguese mobile phone received a call in 30 minutes, an hour before Madeleine McCann disappeared.

Christian Brueckner is currently in prison in Germany for drug trafficking. He has not yet spoken with investigators in the case.

His Christian Wolters, a German prosecutor in the case, has said he has 'concrete evidence' that Madeleine McCann is dead. However, there is no forensic evidence at the time of her death.

According to british police, there is no 'conclusive evidence showing whether Madeleine is dead or not'.

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