Maddie McCann detective on woman’s claim: ‘I don’t think it’s her’
A detective who led the probe into the disappearance of British toddler Maddie McCann has voiced his doubts on a Polish woman’s claim that she is the missing girl.
Maddie was just three years old when she vanished from her parent’s holiday villa in Portugal in 2007 triggering one of the largest manhunts in history.
Now, a Polish woman named Julia Faustyna is claiming she might be the missing child. Maddie’s desperate parents have said they are willing to pay for a DNA test to try to determine the woman’s true identity.
But detective Francisco Marco told the Spanish newspaper El Independiente that parts of Faustyna’s story “don’t add up.”
“Without knowing the details in depth, it doesn’t add up to me. I don’t think it’s her,” Marco said.
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