Saturday, 3 November 2007

Gerry McCann sent 14 written messages on the night of May 3

The father of Madeleine McCann sent 14 written messages from a mobile phone, just before the alarm (*) about the disappearance of the child was raised, on the night of May 3, according to a special report from RTP, a Portuguese TV channel. The report also mentioned that the McCann didn't went through the check in, at Faro Airport, when they left Portugal back to England, following a formal request of the British ambassador.

The blood found in the apartment A5 was discovered after the dogs from South Yorkshire police were brought in and it was necessary that forensic experts took out part of the wodden floor to extract the samples. Other blood samples collected at the Renault Scenic had 15 detectable positive matches with Madeleine's DNA, in a total of 19 DNA-markers, referred the same report.

(*) The messages were sent during the diner, before Kate went to check the children, at 10.00pm and raised the alarm when she realised Madeleine had disappeared. Police was called almost one hour later.