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Madeleine McCann’s parents reveal what they would do if the police gave up the search for their daughter

Since Madeleine McCann disappeared in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in 2007, British police have been leading the search for the girl’s whereabouts. However, there is a possibility that the investigations may be closed at some point.

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According to the Daily Star, the girl’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, have a plan to continue searching for their daughter if this happens. They saved nearly €1m, the equivalent of £970,767, to fund the searches themselves.

Madeleine’s parents were able to raise money through donations from people they knew who supported their cause and pursued investigations.

Sales of the book Kate wrote about Madeleine’s disappearance contributed to the fundraiser

In addition, sales of the book Kate wrote, “Madeleine: The Disappearance of Our Daughter and the Ongoing Search for Her,” were great and contributed greatly to the fundraiser.

Right now, the police are asking the Home Office for more money to maintain Operation Grange, which is investigating Madeleine’s disappearance. So far, the investigation has received around 13 million euros to try to solve the case.

If the money request is denied, the McCanns will likely hire private investigators to continue the search for their daughter after 12 years of searching.

source: subway

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