Criminal profiler Pat Brown strongly believes that missing girl Madeleine McCann has been long dead, and it's a waste of time to continue a missing person investigation, RadarOnline.com has learned.
After analyzing the case extensively, Brown theorized to news.com.au that Maddie, who disappeared at three-years-old in May 2007, died accidentally in her family’s vacation apartment in Portugal, and that a cover-up may have occurred.
"Madeleine is dead," Brown claimed. "There's no point spending all of this money as nothing they do is going to make that child alive."
Brown said the tot could have died "of an accident occurring through neglect and possible medication."
As for Madeleine's body, Brown shared her belief that it was brought to a remote location and "will never be found."
As Radar readers know, Madeleine went missing from a resort in Algarve in 2007, when she was just three-years-old. Gerry and Kate McCann continue to insist their hope that she's still alive, working tirelessly with investigators to find answers and refusing to "give up."
Kate previously revealed instincts of her daughter’s whereabouts, stating that the Praia da Luz resort where she first went missing is “where I feel closest to her.”
“That’s where she last was and I don’t think she’s been taken a million miles from there,” Kate said, though thousands of alleged sightings of Madeleine have been reported around the world.
Meanwhile, the search for Madeleine has been extended "by months" after Scotland Yard received additional funding,The Sun reported.
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