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And the detective leading the case, Pedro do Carma, says British police made four local men in Praia du Luz suspects for three years when they obviously had nothing to do with the abduction.
Scotland Yard is still chasing a critical lead it believes could crack the case and it is understood they have returned to a theory that burglars were involved.
The report, unearthed by Sky News, concluded: 'It is clear that the Mc Canns and the private investigators working on their behalf have gathered a large amount of information during the course of their inquiries.'This information does not appear to have been shared fully with the Leicestershire constabulary or Portuguese authorities.'Kate and Gerry Mc Cann will tonight join villagers, family and friends to pray for their daughter on the 'unwanted' heart wrenching 10th anniversary of her disappearance.
Kate and Gerry will gather at their local Anglican parish church in Rothley, Leics, to mark the milestone occasion.
He said: 'There are only two or three people on the planet who know what happened to Madeleine.But the Portuguese police, who have previously accused the British of acting like a 'colonial power' in their country, say there is no evidence to back this up.In the clear: Paulo Ribeiro (left) says police made him a suspect three years ago but has now been told he has no case to answer - Pedro do Carma, who is leading the probe says he and three others should never have been suspects but the Met insisted Mr Anjos, who accused Gerry and Kate Mc Cann of hampering the abduction investigation in 2007, said: 'This burglary theory is absurd.Report author Jim Gamble, former head of CEOP, said that 'frequent criticism of the Portuguese investigation led to accusations the UK was acting like 'a colonial power'.'The intervention of British detectives also created a sense of 'frustration' and 'resentment' among Portuguese officers, he found, and the decision to put Leicestershire Police in charge of the operation was a mistake because the force was ill-equipped to deal with such a big investigation.His report states: 'The Mc Canns have had a turbulent relationship with both Portuguese and UK law enforcement.