The parents of the missing British three-year-old Madeleine McCann today vowed to "leave no stone unturned" in the search for their daughter. Four year old Madeleine was snatched from her bedroom last week at the holiday resort Praia da Luz. Portugal.
This morning, Gerry McCann, standing alongside his wife, Kate, made a brief statement to reporters. He said the couple were "very grateful" for support and help in finding their daughter, including a Scottish businessman's offer of a £1m reward to anyone who can provide information leading to her return.
Police have interviewed a number of people, some Britons among them. According to local reports, another British couple who had been staying at the Ocean Club apartments, from which Madeleine was apparently kidnapped, were interviewed yesterday.
The Correio da Manha newspaper also reported that police sniffer dogs had picked up a trail from Madeleine's apartment to another one, occupied by Britons who left around the time of her disappearance.
There has been no news on any progress in tracking down three suspects seen driving a car with British number plates. The three are central to police inquiries, according to reports.
Police are understood to have been given CCTV footage of two men and a woman at a petrol station near Praia da Luz taken on the night Madeleine went missing.
According to local newspapers, one of the men and the woman, who was described as blonde and in her 40s, were photographing young children in a nearby town days before Madeleine's disappearance.
When challenged by the father of one of the children, they fled, Correio de Manha said.
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