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A Ger­man pros­e­cu­tor has said there is “some ev­i­dence” that Madeleine Mccann was killed by a new sus­pect but not enough to bring him to trial.

Hans Chris­tian Wolters, the Braun­schweig state pros­e­cu­tor, said po­lice needed more in­for­ma­tion about where Chris­tian Bruck­ner had lived so po­lice can search for the U.K. tod­dler’s body.

“We ex­pect that she is dead, but we don’t have enough ev­i­dence that we can get a war­rant for our sus­pect in Ger­many for the mur­der of Madeleine Mccann,” Wolters told Sky News. “At the mo­ment we also don’t have enough proof for a trial at court, but we have some ev­i­dence that the sus­pect has done the deed. That’s why we need more in­for­ma­tion from peo­ple, es­pe­cially places he has lived so we can tar­get these places es­pe­cially and search there for Madeleine.”

It was also claimed that Bruck­ner, the prime sus­pect in Madeleine’s dis­ap­pear­ance in 2007, was in­ves­ti­gated four years ago and ruled out by Por­tuguese po­lice.

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