Last month marked the 13th anniversary of the disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine McCann.
On May 3, 2007, the British toddler vanished from her bed while sleeping in her family’s Portugal holiday apartment with her twin siblings, while her parents dined 55 metres away at a tapas bar with friends.
Throughout the evening, the adults took it in turns to check on the kids, but at 10pm during one of these routine checks, Kate McCann discovered her daughter missing.
WATCH: The trailer for the documentary Disappearance Of Madeleine McCann, which was released last year. Post continues after video.
Since that day, there has been no sign of the little girl, despite Madeleine McCann’s story being the most publicised missing person’s cases in modern history. Theories about what happened to her range from accidental death to sex trafficking, and being snatched by a childless couple. Maddie’s own parents were also considered as her kidnappers at one point.
Finally, more than a decade after Maddie’s disappearance there’s been a breakthrough.
Police have identified a jailed German paedophile, whose name has not been released, as a suspect in Maddie’s case.