APPEAL OVER FACELESS MAN.
The sketch was made by a British artist under the instruction of their friend, Jane Tanner.
She was part of the group who dined with the McCanns on May 3.And she told police she saw a man hurrying from a flat with a bundle under his arms she believed was Madeleine, when she went to check on her own children at 9.15pm.
About 45 minutes later, Kate found the four-year-old had vanished.
The sketch shows a slim man with black hair pulled across his forehead. The face is blank because Jane did not see his features.
A friend said: "We hope it will the jog the memory of someone."
DRAWING: The faceless individual carried a bundle, believed to be Madeleine
|Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback|
|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Oct 26, 2007|
|Previous Article:||DON'T SAY ANYTHING; GERRY'S TV SHOW WARNING TO KATE NEW CLUE TO MADDIE DISAPPEARANCE He whispers in her ear.|
|Next Article:||Record View: Salmond facing tough questions.|