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Madeleine McCann's tearful mum Kate marks 12 years since her daughter disappearedMadeleine McCanns mum Kate was brought to tears and consoled by well wishers on the 12th anniversary of her daughters disappearance. Kate attended a prayer service alongside family and friends in the familys home village as Portuguese police reveal they could be closing in on a suspected kidnapper. Brave Kate, 51, and her twins Sean and Amelie were warmly welcomed by the community during the poignant service in Rothley, Leicestershire, on Friday evening. Maddies father, heart doctor Gerry, was unable to attend because he was busy working in Italy 12 years to the day that the three-year-old girl - who would turn 16 this month - vanished on a f

amily holiday in Praia da Luz. Madeleine McCanns mum Kate fought back tears during the prayer service (Image: Paul Tonge) Read MoreRelated ArticlesMadeleine McCann suspect is foreign paedophile in Portugal when she vanished Former GP Kate was “overwhelmed” by the support as she joined in prayers and readings to mark the occasion - the first anniversary without husband Gerry by her side. Her uncle Brian Kennedy said before the half hour service that the family “still had hope even after all these years. The retired head teacher, 80, declined to discuss detectives potential new leads which they have yet to be informed about, saying: “We’re just gratef

ul that police are still searching. It gives us hope. Kate, wearing a purple puffa jacket and black jeans and with her hair freshly highlighted 彩霸王超级中特网正版资料 and trimmed, fought back tears during as children, including her 14-year-old twins Sean and Amelie, lit candles for Maddie and other lost youngsters. Kate, 51, is hugged by a well wisher after the service in Rothley (Image: Paul Tonge) Read MoreRelated ArticlesMissing Ma

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clues emerge A note left next to one candle read: Madeleine, 12 years on we are still hoping and praying for that special day xx. The gathering had been due to take place at the war memorial in Rothley, where a candle burns around the clock as a beacon of hope for the world

’s most famous missing child. But it was moved into the nearby local Baptist Church to avoid possible rain. Vicar the Rev Rob Gladstone, who led the prayers, opened the service by saying: “A warm and a very dry welcome. Madeleine was just three-years-old when she went missing in Portugal (Image: PA) Read MoreRelated ArticlesMadeleine McCanns parents vow to carry on looking for her on 12th anniversary Even after 12 years of hoping and praying we trust that God has not abandoned us or Madeleine. We come together again to show our support for Kate and Gerry, for other parents of missing children and young people, to help keep alive the tune of hope which persists through all the storms and s

orrows.” Kate chose not to say any words - Gerry normally addresses the anniversary well wishers - but she later thanked the near 100-strong crowd individually for their continued support. Brian - the brother of Kate’s mum Susan Healy, who was at a prayer service in her home city of Liverpool, said: “We are all very grateful to those who turned out this evening in less than pleasant conditions. Kate attended the service without her husband Gerry, who was on a work trip (Image: Paul Tonge) It means a lot to us that people are still willing to support us.” He told how eminent cardiologist Gerry would be remembering his daughter during his hectic business trip to Milan. During the service touching messages of support were read out by school friends of Maddie’s younger twin siblings. They joined locals placing name tags of missing people on a vine tree of hope, including Claudia Lawrence and Ben Needham. Children lit candles for Maddie and other lost youngsters (Image: Paul Tonge) A schoolboy paid tribute to British and Portuguese police hunting for Maddie’s abductor, saying: “We pray for the team of women and men who still searching for Madeleine. Guide them as they work hard to find the truth. Three-year-old Maddie vanished from a holiday apartment in Portugal’s Praia da Luz in May 2007. She was discovered missing from her bed in a seaside complex apartment by her horrified mum shortly after 10pm. She had been left alone with her younger twin siblings while her parents were dining in a nearby tapas restaurant with their seven pals. Madeleine would be turning 16 later this month (Image: PA) Portuguese officers, believed to be acting on a tip off from Scotland Yard, say a sex fiend who speaks English and wears a surgical mask could have snatched Maddie from her room. Kate and Gerry cling onto a glimmer of hope that Maddie - who would turn 16 on May 12 - could still be alive. In a new posting on the official Find Maddie campaign website they vowed to carry on looking for their daughter “for as long as it takes”. They told of their “comfort and reassurance” that the police hunt to find her continues. In message to mark the latest harrowing milestone which they wish they could “fast forward” they share their heartache that Maddie would soon be celebrating her sixteenth birthday. A note for Maddie saying we are still hoping and praying for that special day (Image: Paul Tonge) They wrote: It’s that time of year again. As much as we’d like to fast forward the first couple of weeks of May, there’s no getting around it.” Meanwhile, Scotland Yard has asked for more funding as it continues to follow up leads in Maddies disappearance. British police launched their own investigation, Operation Grange, in 20

13 after a Portuguese inquiry failed to make progress. Force bosses have been applying for funding from the Home Office every six months to continue the inquiry, which has cost about 11.75million. Last November, a further 150,000 was granted. On Thursday, Commissioner Cressida Dick confirmed the Metropolitan Police had applied for more Home Office funding. She said: We have active lines of inquiries and I think the public would expect us to see those through. A very small team continues to work on this case with Portuguese colleagues and we have put in an application to the Home Office for further funding. Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineSnow causes treacherous conditionsBritain to rescue trapped UK citizensMiracle tot saved despite heart stoppingKobe helicopter given special clearance

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