A case has been reopened after seven years in Portugal, following the disappearance of three-year-old, Madeleine McCann.
It is said that the toddler went missing from her room at the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz in 2007. The incident took place while her parents went out for dinner with friends.
Robert Murat, a British expat who had been questioned before when Madeleine first went missing will be questioned again, along with employees of the holiday complex.
Allegedly, Scotland Yard inspectors have flown to Portugal to join forces with Portuguese detectives who are currently handling the case.
The investigation for Madeleine was closed after 14 months in 2008.
Britain had been studying the case for two years and reopened it last year in July. Shortly after, Portuguese authorities followed suit by reopening the case on their side.
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