Former MET officer reviewing Madeleine case

Former MET officer reviewing Madeleine case
3 January 2008
Leicester Mercury

The parents of missing youngster Madeleine McCann have brought in a former Met police officer to carry out a "cold case" review into their daughter's disappearance, according to reports.

Noel Hogan, a former CID detective, has spent hundreds of hours interviewing British witnesses in the case and is thought to have taken the couple through their own statements in minute detail.

Mr Hogan spent eight years in the Met, where he reached the rank of detective superintendent.

Since 1986, he has run his own detective agency in Surrey, Hogan International, which claims to have extensive experience dealing with missing-person cases. He has confirmed that he has undertaken interviews of British tourists.

Madeleine, from Rothley, disappeared from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, last May.

The Daily Mail today said the couple had brought in Mr Hogan, but were keeping faith with private detective agency Metodo 3, which had been hired to find Madeleine.

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