Child rapist Christian B as an official suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann

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 disappearance of Madeleine McCann

PORTUGUESE detectives last night confirmed child rapist Christian B as an official suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

The Portuguese prosecutor's office confirmed that "a defendant was appointed this Wednesday."

Christian B, 43, was told he is now an 'arguido' in Portugal in his German prison cell yesterday morning according to a source.

An "arguido", usually translated as "designated suspect" or "formal suspect", is someone who is treated as more than a witness by the Portuguese police, but who has not been arrested or charged.

A Portuguese source added: "The legal grounds for making [Christian B] an arguido include the fact that he allegedly confessed to a friend that he had kidnapped Madeleine and mobile phone records placed him in Praia da Luz the night she He disappeared".

It has been revealed that the convicted child rapist traveled between Praia da Luz and Germany in a caravan for several years before Madeleine disappeared.

It is now understood that investigators are focusing their forensic work on the vehicle.

Read our Madeleine McCann blog below for the latest news and updates. 

  • Forensic work on the van of Christian B.

    It has been revealed that the convicted child rapist traveled between Praia da Luz and Germany in a caravan for several years before Madeleine disappeared.

    It is now understood that investigators are focusing their forensic work on the vehicle.

  • Christian B confirmed as official suspect

    Portuguese detectives last night confirmed child rapist Christian B as an official suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

    The Portuguese prosecutor's office confirmed that "a defendant was appointed this Wednesday."

    Christian B, 43, was told he is now an 'arguido' in Portugal in his German prison cell yesterday morning according to a source.

    An "arguido", usually translated as "designated suspect" or "formal suspect", is someone who is treated as more than a witness by the Portuguese police, but who has not been arrested or charged.

    A Portuguese source added: "The legal grounds for making [Christian B] an arguido include the fact that he allegedly confessed to a friend that he had kidnapped Madeleine and mobile phone records placed him in Praia da Luz the night she He disappeared.

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