Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for Kate and Gerry McCann, confirms
he has met with police officers investigating phone hacking after
attempts were made to access his account.
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Mr Mitchell has previously discussed his suspicions that he may
have been a victim of phone hacking attempts when the case involving the
Rothley couple's missing daughter Madeleine McCann was at it's height.
He said he has been interviewed by police officers from Operation
Weeting - the current inquiry into alleged hacking by the News of the
World - and is due to meet with them a second time in the near future.
Mr Mitchell discovered "suspicious" activity on his account from
February and July 2008 after asking his phone company to examine his
records late last year.
"As soon as I had incontravertible proof from Vodafone that
something odd had happened on my account, " Mr Mitchell said, "I went to
The former BBC journalist, who became spokesman for the McCann
family back in 2007, confirmed that the phone records of both Gerry and
Kate McCann were also checked for any dubious activity.
Mr Mitchell confirmed: "The results came back to say that in both
their cases there were no obvious signs of suspicious activity on their