McCanns Mark 10 years Without Madeleine she disappeared on the eve of 3 May 2007
The 10th anniversary of Madeleine McCann’s disappearance will be one of the hardest days, her parents, Kate and Gerry say.
Madeleine McCann’s parents have told the BBC they will do “whatever it takes, for as long as it takes” to find their missing daughter.
Next week sees the 10th anniversary of her disappearance, aged three, from an apartment in Praia da Luz in Portugal.
The couple, from Rothley in Leicestershire, said “real progress” had been made by the Metropolitan Police over the past five years.
“There is still hope that we can find Madeleine,” Kate McCann said.
She has described the impending anniversary of her daughter’s disappearance as a “horrible marker of time, stolen time”, but said she was no less hopeful of finding Madeleine than she had been in 2007.
Four detectives are working on the case in the UK, scaled back from 30 in 2011, with more than £11m spent so far.
In March, police were granted £85,000 to extend the search for a further six months, from April to September. This is important for the McCanns
Met Police say they have a ‘critical’ lead in the Madeleine case. Funds have been extended so that the police can continue their inquiries.
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