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McCanns Fear Being Named Suspects

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX SPOKESMEN PHOTOS NEWS SEPTEMBER 2007
Original Source: SKY: 07 SEPTEMBER 2007
Updated: 00:15, Friday September 07, 2007
 
Missing Madeleine McCann's family fear that detectives may be about to start treating them as suspects, according to Sky sources.

The four-year-old's mother Kate is still being interviewed by police in Portugal. Her husband Gerry will also be interviewed by police again.

Police have said they are being interviewed as witnesses, but the family are said to fear that this might be about to change.

Sky News crime correspondent Martin Brunt said that Kate McCann had been with the police for eight hours so far.

Her lawyer had said she had been told she was still being inteviwed as a witness.

But the family have made it very clear they fear this may change because of the continued questioning and in the light of continuing attacks in the Portuguese media.

However, he added, the McCanns have emphasised that these concerns are dwarfed by their overriding concern for their daughter.

It is only the second time Mrs McCann has been formally interviewed by police, the first being on May 4, the day after Madeleine went missing.

Detectives have already questioned Gerry McCann twice.

Earlier, Mrs McCann issued a new appeal to her daughter's abductor.

In a statement read out by family spokeswoman Justine McGuinness, she said: "I miss Madeleine so much.

"Gerry and I want to appeal again to the person or people who took her or know who took her to do the right thing.

"It's not too late. Please let her go or call the police."
 

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