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    AXJ ® INDIA TO SEARCH FOR MADELEINE MCCANN!

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    Madeleine McCann - Girl in India NOT Maddie

    Post  Admin on Fri Jul 29, 2011 2:14 am

    Madeleine McCann - Girl in India NOT Maddie

    http://www.socialalertme.com/news_full.cfm?id=madeleine-mccann--girl-in-india-not-maddie

    Gerry and Kate McCann do not believe a young girl spotted in India is their missing daughter, their spokesman said.

    The Chandigarh Tribune said that a British woman had seen a youngster bearing a remarkable likeness to Madeleine who disappeared four years ago.

    But after studying a photo of the child, the McCanns announced this afternoon that the girl was not their daughter.

    Spokesman Clarence Mitchell said the couple were 'certain' the girl was not Madeleine, who would now be eight-years-old.

    He said: 'Kate and Gerry do not believe the child seen in India was Madeleine. They have seen photographic evidence and concluded that it was not her.

    'We remain grateful for people's vigilance around the world. Madeleine is still out there and the search for her very much continues.'

    THE grandmother of missing Madeleine McCann have had to dismiss a report that the missing youngster may have been found in India.

    Grandmother Susan Healy (pictured with grandfather Brian), the mother of Liverpool-born Kate McCann, told the ECHO: "Kate has been in touch and told me it has been discounted."

    But Mrs Healy, who lives in Allerton, added: "As Kate said, the good thing about this reported possible sighting is that there is still an awareness among the public about Madeleine.

    Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for the McCann family, said they were investigating the sighting but said it was "no more credible" than many other leads they receive.

    "Our private investigators have been aware of this report since the weekend and have been trying to establish the truth. Unfortunately there is nothing that leads us to believe that this sighting is any more credible than any of the others we have received over the last four and a bit years.

    "Initial reports were very confused - some witnesses said the little girl was about six years old - Madeleine is now eight and would look substantially different from the little girl who was taken. The search for Madeline is very much alive and we will continue to follow up every lead."

    Mr Mitchell said while the family were "extremely thankful" for all the help received from the public but they had no plans to "get on a plane to India" at this time.

    The SUN is reporting.

    Cops probe 'Maddie' sighting

    COPS in India have taken DNA samples from a young girl after a Brit tourist spotted her and thought she looked like Madeleine McCann.

    She was part of a group of holidaymakers in the northern city of Leh who saw the girl with a man and a woman.

    Private investigators are looking into the sighting - made by the British woman and two Americans.

    They tried to take the girl from the couple who claimed to be her French mum and Belgian dad.

    Police confiscated their passports while they probed the claims last weekend.

    Madeleine went missing while on a family holiday in Portugal in 2007.

    Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for Madeleine's parents Gerry and Kate McCann, said: "Our private investigators are aware of the reports from India over the weekend about a possible sighting of Madeleine.

    "We are liaising with the Indian authorities over the incident and await the results of the DNA test."

    Leh police said it would be a great honour if they had managed to locate Madeleine in their city.

    In a more lengthy article the MAIL ONLINE say's

    The parents of Madeleine McCann are awaiting the results of a DNA test after a young girl suspected of being the missing child was spotted in India.

    Kate and Gerry McCann's team of private investigators say they are working with police in the northern city of Leh which lies in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. It’s the northernmost state of India and is situated mostly in the Himalayas.

    They were alerted after a British woman spotted a girl with a couple that she thought to be Maddie who would now be eight years old.

    The woman raised concerns with other tourists who agreed with her. At one point an American man is said to have tried to take the girl from the couple.

    However the French woman and her Belgian husband insist that they are the parents of the girl.

    Police in the city have taken swabs so that DNA tests can be carried out on the youngster.

    A spokesman for Leh police said: 'It all depends upon the evidence like DNA for which help from Madeleine's parents and the British police was required.

    Madeleine was days short of her fourth birthday when she went missing on a family holiday in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007.

    Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for Madeleine’s parents Gerry and Kate McCann, said: 'Our private investigators are aware of the reports from India over the weekend about a possible sighting of Madeleine.

    'We are liaising with the Indian authorities over the incident and await the results of the DNA test.'

    Maddie's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann marked the fourth anniversary of their daughter's disappearance privately with family and friends.

    They recently launched a book about how she disappeared with proceeds from the book, entitled Madeleine, going towards the funding of their search for their daughter.

    Despite a massive police investigation and huge publicity worldwide, she has not been found.

    The official Portuguese inquiry into Madeleine's disappearance was formally shelved in July 2008, although private detectives employed by the McCanns have continued the search.

    In her most recent interview, Mrs McCann said she believes the kidnapper who took Madeleine may also have drugged her other two children.

    She said she had to check that twins Sean and Amelie were still breathing because they did not wake as the frantic search for the missing three-year-old began.
    She also believes the man who snatched her daughter may have gone to the holiday flat the night before but fled after being disturbed.

    In May this year, David Cameron asked Scotland Yard to carry out a review of the investigation to bring a 'new perspective' to the case.

    But the move prompted questions about why the review could not have been carried out earlier, when evidence was fresher.
    And critics will question whether there is any realistic prospect of a breakthrough in the case, which has seen no major developments since Madeleine’s disappearance on May 3, 2007.

    The Mirror reports

    The girl fitting the description of Maddy, who went missing whie on a family holiday to the Algarve in Portugal in 2007, was seen by a British woman and two Americans in a market in the northern city of Leh.

    The parents of missing Madeleine McCann face an agonising wait for the results of a DNA test after a young girl suspected of being their daughter was spotted in India.
    The trio were so convinced it was Madeleine, who would now be eight years old, that they tried to take the girl away from the Belgian man and French woman who insist they are the child's parents.

    Police have taken swabs from the youngster so that a DNA test can be carried out and a team of private investigators working on behalf of Kate and Gerry McCann are liaising with them.

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    AXJ ® INDIA TO SEARCH FOR MADELEINE MCCANN!

    Post  Admin on Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:10 pm

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    According to a recent article in the Daily Mail Online Edition a tourist may have spotted Madeleine McCann in India:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2019698/Madeleine-McCann-spotted-north-Indian-market-tourist.html?ITO=1490

    Madeleine McCann investigators probe 'sighting' in India

    By Richard Hartley-parkinson

    Last updated at 1:35 PM on 28th July 2011

    Investigators searching for Madeleine McCann are examining a report from India that a young girl matching her description was spotted in the market of a Himalayan city.

    The Chandigarh Tribune said that a British woman had seen a youngster bearing a remarkable likeness to Madeleine who disappeared four years ago. She would now be eight years old.

    Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for Madeleine’s parents Gerry and Kate McCann, said: 'Our private investigators are aware of the reports from India over the weekend about a possible sighting of Madeleine.

    'We are liaising with the Indian authorities over the incident and await the results of the DNA test.'
    Tourists believe they have spotted Maddie in Northern India
    Photoshopped image of Madeleine McCann as she might have looked aged six

    Madeleine McCann (left) shortly before her fourth birthday and (right) how investigators believe she might have looked aged six. Madeline would now be aged eight

    The town of Leh in northern India where the youngster may have been spotted

    The town of Leh in northern India where the youngster may have been spotted
    Graphic showing the Indian city where the sighting occurred

    The sighting was made in the northern city of Leh which lies in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. It’s the northernmost state of India and is situated mostly in the Himalayas.

    The report in the Tribune said a British woman raised concerns with other tourists that they had found the missing girl.

    At one point an American man is said to have tried to take the girl from the couple.

    However the French woman and her Belgian husband, who had their passports copied by Leh Police, insist that they are the parents of the girl.

    A spokesman for Leh police told the Chandigarh Tribune in India: 'It all depends upon the evidence like DNA for which help from Madeleine's parents and the British police was required.'

    Madeleine was days short of her fourth birthday when she went missing on a family holiday in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007.

    Maddie's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann marked the fourth anniversary of their daughter's disappearance privately with family and friends.

    They recently launched a book about how she disappeared with proceeds from the book, entitled Madeleine, going towards the funding of their search for their daughter.

    Despite a massive police investigation and huge publicity worldwide, she has not been found.

    The official Portuguese inquiry into Madeleine's disappearance was formally shelved in July 2008, although private detectives employed by the McCanns have continued the search.

    This picture of Kate and Gerry McCann was taken two months ago.

    This picture of Kate and Gerry McCann was taken two months ago. The couple marked the fourth anniversary of the disappearance of their daughter with the publication of a book written by Kate titled Madeleine, Our Daughter's Disappearance And The Continuing Search For Her

    In her most recent interview, Mrs McCann said she believes the kidnapper who took Madeleine may also have drugged her other two children.

    She said she had to check that twins Sean and Amelie were still breathing because they did not wake as the frantic search for the missing three-year-old began.

    She also believes the man who snatched her daughter may have gone to the holiday flat the night before but fled after being disturbed.

    In May this year, David Cameron asked Scotland Yard to carry out a review of the investigation to bring a 'new perspective' to the case.

    But the move prompted questions about why the review could not have been carried out earlier, when evidence was fresher.

    And critics will question whether there is any realistic prospect of a breakthrough in the case, which has seen no major developments since Madeleine’s disappearance on May 3, 2007.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2019698/Madeleine-McCann-spotted-north-Indian-market-tourist.html#ixzz1TPwS49UR

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