Madeleine McCann: Stolen to sell to a childless couple among theories of disappearance

Madeleine McCann: Stolen to sell to a childless couple among theories of disappearance

Wednesday marks the 10th anniversary of the disappearance of 3-year-old Madeleine McCann from a vacation apartment at a resort in southern Portugal as her parents ate at a nearby restaurant.What happened to Madeleine on May 3, 2007, remains a mystery, but a number of theories have been investigated by police. Here are five possibilities:

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Stolen to sellOne theory is that Madeleine could have been stolen by traffickers for a childless couple. Her 2-year-old twin siblings were left undisturbed in the apartment. “If you were stealing on spec, you would have taken one of the twins. Not both, just one,” detective Colin Sutton told the Mirror. “So it goes back to a specific order for a young …