Latest Madeleine McCann – Police have DISMISSED psychics claim that 'body will be found buried in woods'

GERMAN cops have dismissed a psychic's claims that Madeline McCann is buried in a forest just six miles from where she vanished – because they have already searched it, the Sun Online can exclusively reveal.

Michael Schneider, 50, who has successfully located the remains of several missing people, has given police the exact coordinates of where he thinks her body is in Portugal.

Maddie cops have ruled out the "wild claims" by the clairvoyant that the world's most famous missing child is buried in woodland close to Praia Da Luiz. 

But a source close to the Maddie investigation has told the Sun Online that officers in Portugal have warned their German counterparts the area in question has already been searched. 

The police probing Madeleine McCann suspect Christian B vow there will be "no let up" – despite him whining he is being persecuted.

And detectives believe his prison rant is a "clear sign" he’s “cracking under the weight of suspicion”. 

Read our Madeleine McCann live blog below for the latest updates…

  • The Sun

    PSYCHICS’ SKETCH ARTIST IMAGE OF WHO THEY CLAIM TOOK MADDIE

    In 2008, two psychics who have worked with the FBI put together a composite of who they believed took Maddie. 

    Carla Baron and John Oliver spent a week in Praia da Luz in Portugal to pick up clues about the toddler’s disappearance. 

    They told how they believed the abductor may have been called “Stav” or “Steve”.

  • The Sun

    NEVER GIVE UP

    German prosecutors have claimed to have evidence Madeleine is dead, but her parents Kate and Gerry McCann have said they “will never give up hope of finding her alive”.

    The prime suspect in Madeleine’s case is convicted paedophile Christian B, 44, who was identified in June 2020.

  • The Sun

    WHERE CAN YOU WATCH MADELEINE MCCANN DOCUMENTARIES?

    The popular Netflix documentary came out in 2019, called “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann” features 8 episode full of details surrounding the case.

    The documentary series takes a detailed look into the disappearance of the, then, 3-year-old who went missing in Portugal whilst on holiday with her family.

  • The Sun

    WHY IS THE MADELEINE McCANN CASE FAMOUS

    The disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine McCann is a case which shocked the world.

    The little girl vanished from her holiday flat in Portugal on May 3, 2007 while her parents Kate and Gerry McCann dined in a nearby restaurant and 12 years on her whereabouts remains a mystery.

    In the Netflix documentary The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann, it is claimed that parents Kate and Gerry, who are both doctors, had contacts within the UK media and used them to publicise the case.

    However, interest in the story took on an unprecedented momentum when British man Robert Murat and then Kate and Gerry were made suspects.

    Maddie’s parents and Mr Murat have always strongly denied any involvement in the child’s disappearance and were cleared of any wrongdoing by Portuguese investigators.

    The little girl, who would now be aged 18, has never been found and interest in the case remains strong.

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  • The Sun

    WHY IS THE MADELEINE McCANN CASE FAMOUS

    The disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine McCann is a case which shocked the world.

    The little girl vanished from her holiday flat in Portugal on May 3, 2007 while her parents Kate and Gerry McCann dined in a nearby restaurant and 12 years on her whereabouts remains a mystery.

    In the Netflix documentary The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann, it is claimed that parents Kate and Gerry, who are both doctors, had contacts within the UK media and used them to publicise the case.

    However, interest in the story took on an unprecedented momentum when British man Robert Murat and then Kate and Gerry were made suspects.

    Maddie’s parents and Mr Murat have always strongly denied any involvement in the child’s disappearance and were cleared of any wrongdoing by Portuguese investigators.

    The little girl, who would now be aged 18, has never been found and interest in the case remains strong.

  • The Sun

    WHERE CAN YOU WATCH MADELEINE MCCANN DOCUMENTARIES?

    The popular Netflix documentary came out in 2019, called “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann” features 8 episode full of details surrounding the case.

    The documentary series takes a detailed look into the disappearance of the, then, 3-year-old who went missing in Portugal whilst on holiday with her family.

  • The Sun

    MADDIE SUSPECT IS NO ‘PSYCHOPATHIC MONSTER’, CLAIMS LAWYER

    The lawyer for the Madeleine McCann prime suspect has said his client is not a “psychopathic monster.”

    Friedrich Fülscher made the claim as he spoke of his “friendly” chats with convicted sex fiend Christian B.

    He told RTL: “I experience him as a very calm and friendly person to talk to and the atmosphere has always been very pleasant.” 

  • The Sun

    INVESTIGATION ‘DRYING UP’

    Peter Kirkham, an ex-Scotland Yard detective chief inspector, said he suspects the investigation was “rapidly drying up” and said it appeared the German cops were “dragging their feet”.

    Public prosecutors in the city of Braunschweig have maintained it has “strong evidence” he was guilty.

    But investigators have refused to say what proof they have.

  • The Sun

    MADELEINE’S PARENTS ‘STILL BELIEVE IN MIRACLES’

    Madeleine McCann’s mum and dad said they “still believe in miracles” in a poignant post to mark the missing girl’s 18th birthday in April.

    Kate and Gerry, both 53, haven’t given up hope almost 14 years after Madeleine disappeared in the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz on May 3, 2007.

    She was just three when she vanished.

    In a post on the Official Find Madeleine Campaign Facebook page, her mum and dad, of Rothley, Leics, said: “Never stop believing in hope because miracles happen every day.

    “Want to send a heartfelt thank you to all who continue to be by our side.”

  • The Sun

    IS THE INVESTIGATION STILL OPEN?

    The probe, named Operation Grange, is still open and involves dozens of police officers and other staff members from Scotland Yard.

  • The Sun

    WHY DID THEY BECOME THE CENTRE OF SCRUTINY?

    When three-year-old Maddie vanished from the family’s Pria da Luz holiday apartment on the Algarve, Gerry and Kate were dining with friends in a nearby restaurant.

    Within 24 hours of their child’s disappearance, they held a press conference to make the first in a string of public appeals to help find Madeleine.

    In the intervening years, the couple have constantly kept the search alive for their daughter.

    Over the course of the investigation, they have both been considered “persons of interest”.

    A Netflix documentary called The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann is currently drawing the couple back into public attention, despite their refusal to be involved in or with the film.

  • The Sun

    ARE KATE AND GERRY STILL TOGETHER?

    Shortly after Madeleine vanished, Kate said their marriage nearly broke down as she withdrew into herself.

    She stopped reading, playing music or even having sex with her husband Gerry.

    And the couple were gripped by the fear that a paedophile may have taken their daughter.

    Writing about that period in her autobiography, Kate said: “Tortured as I was by these images, it’s not surprising that even the thought of sex repulsed me.

    “I worried about Gerry and me.

    “I worried that if I didn’t get our sex life on track our whole relationship would break down.”

    Kate went on to credit Gerry’s understanding and the couple’s resilience for the endurance of their marriage.

    They remain together to this day, despite the stresses of intense media scrutiny on their lives.

  • The Sun

    WHO ARE KATE AND GERRY MCCANN?

    Madeleine’s parents Kate and Gerry are both practising Catholics who met in Glasgow in 1993.

    Kate became a GP after studying medicine at the University of Dundee while Gerry has been a consultant cardiologist since 2005.

    The couple got married in 1998 before having their first child, Madeleine, in 2003.

    They also have two other twin children, a boy and a girl, who were born in 2005.

    Kate and Gerry had been married for nine years when Madeleine disappeared on the night of May 3, 2007.

  • The Sun

    HOW MUCH MONEY HAS BEEN SPENT ON THE INVESTIGATION?

    So far the police investigation to try and find the missing three-year-old girl has cost £12.5 million and a decision on whether to approve further funding, believed to be an extra £300,000, is pending, the Daily Star reports.

    Doctors Kate and Gerry were reportedly told by the Metropolitan Police that they are continuing to treat their daughter as a missing person.

  • The Sun

    WATCH: FORMER FRIEND OF MADDIE SUSPECT SPEAKS OUT

    Former partner in crime of Maddie suspect breaks his silence to reveal he was known as ‘the climber’ because he was so good at breaking into apartments

  • The Sun

    PSYCHICS’ SKETCH ARTIST IMAGE OF WHO THEY CLAIM TOOK MADDIE

    In 2008, two psychics who have worked with the FBI put together a composite of who they believed took Maddie. 

    Carla Baron and John Oliver spent a week in Praia da Luz in Portugal to pick up clues about the toddler’s disappearance. 

    They told how they believed the abductor may have been called “Stav” or “Steve”.

  • The Sun

    MADELEINE’S PARENTS ‘STILL BELIEVE IN MIRACLES’

    Madeleine McCann’s mum and dad said they “still believe in miracles” in a poignant post to mark the missing girl’s 18th birthday in April.

    Kate and Gerry, both 53, haven’t given up hope almost 14 years after Madeleine disappeared in the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz on May 3, 2007.

    She was just three when she vanished.

    In a post on the Official Find Madeleine Campaign Facebook page, her mum and dad, of Rothley, Leics, said: “Never stop believing in hope because miracles happen every day.

    “Want to send a heartfelt thank you to all who continue to be by our side.”

  • The Sun

    INVESTIGATION ‘DRYING UP’

    Peter Kirkham, an ex-Scotland Yard detective chief inspector, said he suspects the investigation was “rapidly drying up” and said it appeared the German cops were “dragging their feet”.

    Public prosecutors in the city of Braunschweig have maintained it has “strong evidence” he was guilty.

    But investigators have refused to say what proof they have.

  • The Sun

    MADDIE SUSPECT IS NO ‘PSYCHOPATHIC MONSTER’, CLAIMS LAWYER

    The lawyer for the Madeleine McCann prime suspect has said his client is not a “psychopathic monster.”

    Friedrich Fülscher made the claim as he spoke of his “friendly” chats with convicted sex fiend Christian B.

    He told RTL: “I experience him as a very calm and friendly person to talk to and the atmosphere has always been very pleasant.” 

  • The Sun

    WHERE CAN YOU WATCH MADELEINE MCCANN DOCUMENTARIES?

    The popular Netflix documentary came out in 2019, called “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann” features 8 episode full of details surrounding the case.

    The documentary series takes a detailed look into the disappearance of the, then, 3-year-old who went missing in Portugal whilst on holiday with her family.

  • The Sun

    WHY IS THE MADELEINE McCANN CASE FAMOUS

    The disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine McCann is a case which shocked the world.

    The little girl vanished from her holiday flat in Portugal on May 3, 2007 while her parents Kate and Gerry McCann dined in a nearby restaurant and 12 years on her whereabouts remains a mystery.

    In the Netflix documentary The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann, it is claimed that parents Kate and Gerry, who are both doctors, had contacts within the UK media and used them to publicise the case.

    However, interest in the story took on an unprecedented momentum when British man Robert Murat and then Kate and Gerry were made suspects.

    Maddie’s parents and Mr Murat have always strongly denied any involvement in the child’s disappearance and were cleared of any wrongdoing by Portuguese investigators.

    The little girl, who would now be aged 18, has never been found and interest in the case remains strong.

  • The Sun

    WATCH: PHONE TOWERS LINK CHRISTIAN B TO MADELEINE CRIME SCENE, SAYS DOCUMENTARY

    Phone tower ties Christian B to the Madeleine McCann crime scene according to new documentary

  • The Sun

    NEVER GIVE UP

    German prosecutors have claimed to have evidence Madeleine is dead, but her parents Kate and Gerry McCann have said they “will never give up hope of finding her alive”.

    The prime suspect in Madeleine’s case is convicted paedophile Christian B, 44, who was identified in June 2020.

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