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DO NOT HARM HER DO NOT SCARE HERTHE distraught mum of kidnapped Maddy McCann yesterday begged her captor to let her come home - as the detective leading the hunt said he feared she was already dead. Chief inspector Olegario Sousa told a press conference he was no longer confident that the three-year-old was still alive. Asked if he thought M

addy would be found safe and well, he replied: I dont know. The senior cop, drafted in from Lisbon to head the case, added: I havent enough evidence to s

ay. It is very difficult because I have no facts to say if the child is alive or not. We are searching for the child and until the moment she appears we do not know. We are not magicians but we are making our best efforts to locate the child. It will be a crushing blow to Maddys distraught parents, doctors Kate and Gerry, both 38. Just hours earlier, Kate had read out a statement begging her daughters captor: Please give our li

ttle girl back. Please, ple

ase dont hurt her. Please dont scare her. Clutching the pink toy cat she has kept by her side ever since Maddy disappeared, she choked back tears and added: We beg you to let Madeleine come home. We need our Madeleine. Sean and Amelie need Madeleine and Madeleine needs us. Sean and Amelie are the couples two-year-old twins who were sleeping next to Maddy when she was taken from the familys apartment in the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz on Thursday night. The couple, from Rothley, Leics, had been dining with pals at a bar

just 40yds away and making regular checks when she was snatched. As hundreds of expats, frustrated over the police investigation, continued to search the area surrounding the resort

yesterday, it emerged that detectives have an ever-growing list of suspects - including two Brits - but have not officially issued details of them. They have a

lso not released details of what Maddy was wearing - leaving it to her mum to give details of her Eeyore pajamas. Detectives - who are still treating the case only as a missing persons inquiry - say Interpol and E

uropol are working with Portuguese police. Yet they insist they are banned by law from passing any information to Maddys family. A search of coastal caves had to be carried out by local canoeists because the police did not have enough boats. Detectives have at least seven possible suspects, and have searched a marina in Lagos after reports a balding man was spotted dragging a youn

g girl along a nearby street. Another witness said he saw a suspicious 细打一生肖 couple with a blonde girl close to the same marina a few hours after Maddy was taken. Police are also interested in a man who was spotted handing out sweets to young children in the area last week. Other suspects include a man in dark clothing, a person shouting in English at a girl in a car and a British man with a strong body. However, police sources fear Maddys kidnapper could have taken her from the area by boat as officials failed to alert the Maritime Police of her abduction until 14 hours later. Police have checked details of boats that left the town on Friday morning, among them were two yachts registered in Denmark and Holland. Another fear is that the kidnapper could have fled by early morning train. Expat Dave Felton, who joined the search yesterday said: I think people are still hoping that we dont actually find her and that she is safe and sound some

where. If we find

her then maybe it is not the best thing.

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