from the parents of murdered
Jo Yeates for
and Teresa Yeates said they felt 'lucky' that at least they were able to
give their daughter a funeral.
Yeates said: 'We really feel for those people who have not been able to
bury their children.
reminding ourselves that in some way we are, we are loath to use the
word, but 'lucky'.? The McCanns are one set of people like this, but
there are others as well.
imagine what it must be like not to be able to bury their children, or
to have to bury some bones discovered years later.'
McCanns responded in a statement: 'We are very grateful to David and
Teresa Yeates for keeping us in their thoughts at such a painful time
for their own family. While the anguish of not knowing what has happened
is truly awful, we, of course, still have hope that our ongoing search
for our daughter will lead to her being found alive.
cases such as that of Carlina White in the USA, reunited with her family
after being abducted as a baby some 23 years ago, only serve to renew
our resolve to never give up. It again proves that hope is not
would ask anyone who has any information about Madeleine to get in touch
with their local police immediately or contact our private investigators