Robert Murat (Pic:DM)
Madeleine McCann suspect Robert Murat has discovered tracking devices fitted to his cars.
British expat Murat, 33, found the GPS bug when he was fixing a fault on his VW Transporter.
checked girlfriend Michaela
Walczuch's motor and found - another
stuck to that.
Furious Murat believes Portuguese police bugged his cars in a desperate bid to nail him for the abduction of Madeleine, four, from Praia da Luz in May.
He is also probing whether Kate and Gerry McCann's private detective agency Metodo 3 could have done it on its own initiative.
His lawyer Francisco Pagarete said
last night: "I'm not yet sure what
kind of crime we're dealing with
It also emerged yesterday that lawyer Marcos Correia only dragged a reservoir looking for Madeleine because he had dreamed she was dumped there.
The McCanns faced fresh agony last week after his divers found a bag of animal bones which he then claimed could be a child's fingers. A source said yesterday: "When we asked him what he was basing his evidence on, he said, 'I had a dream'."
Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for the McCanns, said: "Wild assumptions do not help the investigation."