COPS investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann searched an underground tunnel below an allotment. Trees were uprooted as diggers clawed holes 4ft deep in the ground at the site in Hanover, Germany. ⚠️ Click here for the latest news on Madeleine McCann Forensics officers and a search team clutching shovels, rakes and plastic evidence bags then moved in to sift through the dirt for clues. Possible evidence was taken away as specially trained sniffer dogs concentrated on a tunnel at the site. Search teams were seen arriving for a third day of searches at the allotment site, which has been fenced off.Two small tents have been set up in a field opposite the main excavation site. A fleet of police vehicles lined the side of the small country road as commuter traffic drove past. The plot is four miles from his last known address in Hanover and just two miles from where the 43-year-old worked in a car workshop. Ground-penetrating radars scoured the decades-old tunnels, where prisoners were forced to labour in World War Two.It is just a few minutes drive from the flat and about three quarters of an hour on foot. His favourite pub at the time, the Havana Bar is also… Read full this story
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