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New photo issued of missing Madeleine

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX BLOGS PHOTOGRAPHS NEWS MAY 2007
Original Source: ITV: 25 MAY 2007
Thu May 24 2007
 
The last known photograph of Madeleine McCann has been released exactly three weeks after she was snatched from her apartment in Portugal.

Madeleine is shown smiling and dangling her feet into a swimming pool, less than eight hours before she was abducted from her bed as her parents Kate and Gerry McCann dined nearby.

The picture of Madeleine, who is wearing a pink smock top, white shorts and a sun hat, was taken by 38-year-old Kate on her own camera.

The picture was taken at 2.29pm on May 3 although the display shows 1.29pm as the camera's clock is out by one hour.

Mr and Mrs McCann refuse to give up hope and remain convinced their daughter is alive and well after she was snatched from their holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in the Algarve on May 3 as they dined nearby.

Backed by an army of friends and family in Portugal and Britain, their Catholic faith continues to give them hope and extraordinary strength.

Yesterday Mr and Mrs McCann travelled for four hours to visit the shrine of Fatima, north of Lisbon, where there were a series of visions of the Virgin Mary to three shepherd children 90 years ago.

The couple is expected to begin thrashing out the details of a planned tour later in a bid to raise their daughter's profile across Europe and beyond. Meanwhile, 115 million web users have visited the Madeleine campaign site.

Meanwhile, Portuguese police have come under fresh criticism about how the investigation has been conducted.

Child protection expert Mark Williams-Thomas, who visited the village early on in the hunt for Madeleine said the area where she disappeared was "without doubt, the worst preserved crime scene I have ever seen".

He said the investigation had been hampered by the police's failure to "do the

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