Concerned by the article “Madeleine McCann latest: are police any closer to knowing the truth?” (https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/madeleinemccann/11078595/Madeleine-McCann-are-we-any-closer-to-knowing-the-truth.html) published in The Telegraph on April 23rd 201, the private investigators at Private Investigator Swans talk about the number of limitations and the level of scrutiny to be observed when conducting a missing person research.
The article in The Telegraph published on April 23rd 2015: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/madeleinemccann/11078595/Madeleine-McCann-are-we-any-closer-to-knowing-the-truth.html, talks about a young Madeleine McCann who went missing eight years ago from a holiday apartment in Portugal. The police were called immediately after the child went missing at around ten in the morning. The case of young Madeleine remains unresolved to this day. The police investigation has taken to interrogate all witnesses and retracing all possible steps. However, the outcome has not changed. The parents of the young child disappeared after Madeleine’s disappearance and remained absent for a few days. The lack of any evidence or proof led the police to come up with different theories that included Madeline being kidnapped and raped, the child dying in a car accident and the body dumped somewhere far off. The theories even include Madeleine being sold to a childless couple or the girl’s organs being sold. However, even today no proof of any of the above-mentioned theories has been unearthed. Witnesses claim to have seen Madeleine alive at six in the evening after being lost for eight hours. The father claims to have noticed something suspicious the night before and it was at ten that the disappearance was confirmed. A man was described by eyewitnesses as the one who took Madeleine but nothing official has yet been declared.
Responding to the article published in The Telegraph, the investigators at Private Investigator Swansea (https://privateinvestigator-swansea.co.uk) talk about the limitations faced when conducting such a crucial missing person case. The experts talk about how a missing person search is based greatly on retracing the steps and incidents occurring a while before the actual disappearance. With the finest gadgets and training, the people with even the slightest information of the matter have to be interrogated for complete evidence. It is only after all the required and possible information has been received that a final report is formulated and possible conclusions drawn. However, the conclusions cannot be confirmed until there is concrete evidence to do so.
The Chief Investigator at Private Investigator Swansea (https://privateinvestigator-swansea.co.uk) speaks about the number of limitations faced when dealing with a missing person case. The investigator says “When you are on holiday and such an incident occurs, it puts us in a very complicated situation because the families are just as unfamiliar with the people and the location as we are and they cannot provide us with a lot of useful information. This is why we have to ensure that we take the smallest details into considerationIt is only then that we can do our job.” The investigator can be reached (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the company’s phone number (01792 260 498).