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    coco

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    New hunt for Algarve child attacker

    Post  coco on Wed Mar 19, 2014 12:10 pm

    http://www.met.police.uk/madeleine-mccann-appeal/

    Officers from Operation Grange investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have today issued a further appeal for information.

    During the course of their enquiries, officers have identified a potential linked series of twelve crimes which occurred between 2004 and 2010, mostly in low season, whereby a male intruder has gained access to mainly holiday villas occupied by UK families on holiday in the Western Algarve.

    In four cases between 2004 and 2006 the man sexually assaulted 5 white girls, aged between 7 and 10 years, whilst in their beds. On one of these occasions, he assaulted two girls in the same villa.

    Whilst not identical, there are many similar aspects to each of the incidents in that in most cases there were no signs of forced entry to the property, nothing was taken, and the intruder appeared in the early hours of the morning between 02.00hrs and 05.00hrs.

    The suspect may have been in the villa or looking round the villa for some time before committing the offences or being disturbed either by a parent, or the child waking up.

    He remained calm, even when disturbed.

    On two occasions the noise of a bin collection lorry could be heard nearby.

    Of the twelve offences, there were four in Carvoeiro, six in the Vale da Parra , Praia da Gale district and two in Praia da Luz.

    Witnesses describe the man as having dark (as in tanned) skin with short dark unkempt hair. He spoke in English with a foreign accent, his voice was described as slow, or possibly slurred.

    He was sometimes bare chested, some describe him as having a pot belly, and three victims said that he had a noticeable odour.

    On two occasions in Vale de Parra and Praia da Gale he was wearing a distinctive burgundy long sleeve top, on one of those occasions it was described as having a white circle on the back.

    DCI Andy Redwood, the senior investigating officer said today,

    “We need to establish the identity of this man.

    “These offences are very serious and no one has been charged in connection with them. We also need to eliminate this man from our enquiries and ascertain whether these offences are linked to Madeleine’s disappearance.

    “If you have been a victim of a similar crime please come forward even if you reported the incident to police in Portugal, or anywhere else, please do not assume we have been made aware of it .

    “While some of these offences have been in the public domain before, following our appeal in October three more were reported to us as a direct result of that appeal. One of those reports we believe is the first in the potential series.

    “Please call us on 0800 0961011 if you are within the UK. The number for non-UK residents is +44 207 1580 126. Alternatively if you do not want to speak to us directly you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

    “Our appeal last year was very successful and we had over 5,000 calls which generated new information for us and which we continue to investigate.

    “We still need to establish the identity of a man seen by three witnesses, carrying a child fitting Madeleine's description towards the beach or town areas at about 2200 on the night Madeleine disappeared. The witnesses have described the man in the e-fits as being white, aged in his 30s, with short brown hair, of medium build, medium height and clean shaven.

    "The Metropolitan Police Service continues to offer a reward of up to £20,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and prosecution of the person(s) responsible for the abduction of Madeleine McCann from Praia da Luz, Portugal on 3 May 2007. "




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    Re: New hunt for Algarve child attacker

    Post  Rachel Granada on Wed Mar 19, 2014 7:34 pm

    Thanks, Coco.

    The more that comes out, the more my jaw drops about how this case has been bungled by the PT police.
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    Re: New hunt for Algarve child attacker

    Post  coco on Wed Mar 19, 2014 8:46 pm

    looks like this is what Portugal has been so desperate to cover up .
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    Re: New hunt for Algarve child attacker

    Post  Rachel Granada on Wed Mar 19, 2014 8:58 pm

    coco wrote:looks like this is what Portugal has been so desperate to cover up .

    It's sure looking that way, to me its looking like they are more concerned about protecting their tourist trade than actually trying to do anything to stop this sicko.
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    Re: New hunt for Algarve child attacker

    Post  ssadie on Thu Mar 20, 2014 8:21 am

    coco wrote:looks like this is what Portugal has been so desperate to cover up .
    Only my thoughts but I have a feeling that there is something way bigger than this, which hopefully will come out.

    I think that SY are going thru the list of suspects, one by one, eliminating the small fry before they tackle the powerful man and group behind him. The ones that they really suspect.

    We shall have to wait and see.
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    Post  Sykes on Sat Mar 22, 2014 7:08 am

    http://www.theweek.co.uk/europe/madeleine-mccann/53972/madeleine-mccann-letter-paves-way-mets-first-arrests#ixzz2we6VhPsL

    Madeleine McCann: sex attack suspect 'dead', say Portuguese

    Claim comes as tensions grow between UK and Portuguese police over handling of the case
    LAST UPDATED AT 11:17 ON Fri 21 Mar 2014

    THE suspected sex attacker who British detectives fear might have abducted Madeleine McCann died five years ago, according to a Portuguese police insider.

    Scotland Yard officers announced earlier this week that they were looking for a man suspected of sexually assaulting five young British girls on holiday in the Algarve in the years before Madeleine disappeared from Praia da Luz in 2007.

    But a Portuguese police source has since told The Guardian that the suspect was likely to have been Euclides Monteiro, a convicted burglar and drug addict who they have regarded as the chief suspect in the Madeleine case for some time. Monteiro's name emerged as a suspect in November, although police have come to "no definitive conclusions" about his culpability.

    Monteiro, who died aged 40 in a tractor accident in 2009, was arrested for some of the Algarve sex attacks but police had insufficient evidence to charge him. He was sacked by the Ocean Club, where Madeleine was staying, in 2006 and phone records placed him near the apartments at the time she vanished.

    However, The Times says there are signs that the Met Police might not agree with their Portuguese counterparts.

    As well as the attacks on five girls before 2006, Scotland Yard believe their suspect might also have carried out eight other break-ins between 2004 and 2010 – and that means that some of the forced entries occurred after Monteiro died.


    The description of the suspect as "tanned" also appears to rule out Monteiro, who was a black African, originally from Cape Verde.

    The claim comes amid growing tensions between police in the two countries. The Portuguese authorities are said to be angry at the way British officers, in a press briefing in London this week, presented information about the intruder and expressed "frustration" that legal processes were slowing down the investigation.

    David Cameron has even offered to make "further representations" with the Portuguese government to improve co-operation between the two countries.

    The Metropolitan Police has said it is "not prepared to discuss" the differences between its investigation and the Portuguese operation.


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    Re: New hunt for Algarve child attacker

    Post  Sykes on Sat Mar 22, 2014 7:43 am

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/madeleine-mccann-portuguese-police-overlook-3262825#ixzz2wUhVOROk

    Madeleine McCann: Did Portuguese police overlook potentially vital link to paedophile targeting British children?
    Mar 20, 2014 06:00
    OPINION BY PETERKIRKHAM

    Former Metropolitan Police detective Peter Kirkham says he can't believe these sex offences are only now being considered in relation to the missing girl's disappearance

    The latest development in the Madeleine McCann case is incredibly important.

    Abduction by a stranger remains the principal theory and the reason behind an abduction is always an important consideration for investigators.

    Clearly, a sexual motive is always one which must be considered.

    Right from the start, the Portuguese police should have considered sexually motivated abduction as a possibility.

    I’m fairly sure they did, as there was mention of them trying to establish if any known sex offenders were in the area at the time.

    So I find it quite extraordinary that potential links with these offences were not made previously.

    The targeting of English families in their holiday homes is plainly of relevance

    lthough most incidents took place out of Praia da Luz, they were a short distance away and in similar towns.

    The fact that there was no abduction in other cases is largely irrelevant – the seriousness of sexually motivated offences is well known to escalate.

    Any competent investigation should have identified the potential link with Madeleine’s disappearance at the outset.


    Inquiries at the time would have been far more likely to result in evidence being secured to definitively link the suspect to her disappearance if he was involved.

    Although it is possible now, the passage of such a long period of time will cause evidential difficulties.

    Although there may be no link with the disappearance of Madeleine, I’d be just as keen as DCI Redwood to identify and trace this suspect and get him charged with the sexual offences if nothing else.


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