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Madeleine McCann's Parents Release Photo of How She Might Look Now

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX INTERNATIONAL MISSING CHILDREN DAY NEWS MAY 2009
Original Source:  SKY: SATURDAY 02 MAY 2009
7:34pm UK, Saturday May 02, 2009
 
Madeleine before she vanished (L) and how she would look now

A striking image of how Madeleine McCann might look now, if still alive, has been released by her parents.

The picture was sent out ahead of the second anniversary of her disappearance.

Gerry and Kate McCann employed a forensic imaging artist to produce a photographic impression of how the youngster would have aged in the two years since she went missing.

It will be used on posters to be distributed worldwide, as part of the couple's continuing search for their little girl.

Madeleine was just three years old when she vanished from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, on May 3 2007.

If still alive - and the McCanns believe there is a "very real likelihood" she is - she would now be five, nearly six, years old.

Unveiled on Oprah Winfrey's live chat show in the United States, the image depicts the child at six years of age.
The expert, at the United States National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, used pictures of the parents at around the same age to produce the "age progression image".

It shows a smiling Madeleine, wearing a pink head-band in her fair shoulder-length hair.

The couple believe it is the most realistic image possible of how she might look today, their spokesman Clarence Mitchell said.

It is published on posters alongside an old photograph of Madeleine, for comparison, under the headings Have You Seen This Little Girl? and Don't Give Up On Me.

Mr Mitchell said: "It was difficult for Kate to see the image at first, but over time she has got used to it and both Kate and Gerry believe it's the best image possible of what Madeleine may look like now."

The posters urge anyone who has seen Madeleine to contact their local police force immediately, or alternatively call +44 (0)845 838 4699 or visit www.findmadeleine.com.

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