Maddie's parents put new man on case

Maddie's parents put new man on case
4 January 2008
Daily Telegraph

The parents of missing toddler Madeleine McCann have hired a former police officer to carry out a ``cold case'' review of her disappearance in Portugal.

Noel Horgan, a former Metro CID detective, has spent hunLdreds of hours interviewing British witnesses and has gone through each witness's existing statements line by line.

Among those he has interviewed include the so-called Tapas Seven who were on holiday with the McCanns in Praia da Luz last May when little Madeleine vanished.

He is also thought to have taken Kate and Gerry McCann back 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 a detective agency in Surrey, Hogan International, which claims extensive experience dealing with missing person cases and has been investigating one of the 2005 London suicide bombers.

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