This weekend Sunday Night features a major investigation into the much-dissected story of UK child, Madeleine McCann, ten years on from her disappearance in Portugal.
Rahni Sadler speaks to her parents, the lead investigator, the forensic scientist and the criminal profiler.
Madeleine Beth McCann was just three years old. So cute, bright, and totally loveable. A picture of innocence.
Ten years ago, she vanished without a trace from a holiday resort in Portugal.
A decade of questions, theories, of false leads, wild allegations and downright incompetence.
And at the centre of this baffling case, Kate and Gerry McCann. To some, tragic victims. To others, negligent parents. Or even worse, cold-blooded killers.
Every year, the McCann’s have returned to the Ocean Club resort in the town of Praia da Luz – the last place they saw their daughter alive.
The mystery of what happened to Madeleine continues to divide opinion to this day.
An estimated 20 million dollars has been spent in the hunt to find the world’s most famous missing person. Yet the case has never been solved.
In this groundbreaking Sunday Night television event, the new theories on where Madeleine may be, the promising fresh clues, and why detectives at Scotland Yard believe they’re closer than ever to identifying those responsible for Madeleine’s disappearance.
Senior reporter Rahni Sadler speaks to those at the heart of the mystery: Madeleine’s parents; the lead investigator; the forensic scientist; and the criminal profiler.
As Rahni reports, there’s now a fresh line of inquiry. One that could finally tell us what happened to little Maddie.
Sunday at 8.30pm on Seven.