The Famous case of Disappearance

Police have stormed a home in Germany searching for a man who could have information about Madeleine McCann’s disappearance, 17 years after the incident.

Armed police in Germany have been spotted at an allotment hunting for a man said to have connections to paedophile and top Maddie suspect Christian Brueckner. They descended on the small house on the Kennelblick allotment in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony last week.

It’s reported that officers spent an hour outside the property owned by a man named as Ralph H – a 56-year-old is alleged to have worked closely with Brueckner.

The Sun reports up to 10 armed police officers in riot gear were seen outside Ralph H’s home in the community garden – and neighbours described the scene as “frightening”.

Brueckner is a prime suspect in Madeleine’s disappearance in Portugal in May 2007 and both men rented neighbouring allotment homes on the site – and Brueckner allegedly grew and sold marijuana together.

One source told The Sun: “We must find him to ask him about missing Madeleine McCann

‘He’s not at home, he doesn’t answer the phone, he’s apparently disappeared.’

Prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters said: “He’s a neighbour who could be interesting to talk to, but we can’t give out any details on operative matters,” reports MailOnline. The publication contacted Mr Wolters for comment. He said: “We do not comment on possible witnesses or other details regarding the investigation into the Maddie case.

Ralph is reported to have said of Brueckner: “I know exactly the sort of crimes he got up to and what he did on the dark web.”

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