Police conducting a global search for Madeleine McCann, the British girl who disappeared in 2007, have released two new e-fit images of individuals they want to question, and which are to be broadcast on BBC ONE's Crimewatch Program on Monday (October 14). Police are hoping to be able to identify the two men, eliminate any innocent sightings or to establish if they are connected in any way.
They were all sighted in and around the Portuguese holiday resort of Praia da Luz in the days before and on Thursday, 3 May 2007 - the day of Madeleine's disappearance.
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood appealed to the public for further help:
"The e-fits are clear and I'd ask the public to look very carefully at them and if they know who this person is, please come forward."
"We're not the ones that have done something wrong here, it's the person that's gone into that apartment and taken a little girl away from her family," said Kate McCann, Madeleine's mother.
London police said they had made 31 requests in various countries for information concerning telephones used then. There are 41 potential suspects, described as 'persons of interest', and 15 are British nationals.
Crimewatch will also air a reconstruction during Monday's programme. One clip released shows two actors representing Kate and Gerry McCann closing the curtains in a holiday apartment before having dinner with other people by the swimming pool.
Detectives are believed to be planning a series of appeals in various countries.
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