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Scotland Yard detectives investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann stayed at £200-A-NIGHT hotels while in Portugal

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Scotland Yard detectives investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann stayed at £200-A-NIGHT hotels while in Portugal

Post by sharonl on 03.09.15 21:31

By Jennifer Newton and Gerard Couzens for MailOnline
Published: 03:10, 3 September 2015  | Updated: 11:10, 3 September  2015

It has been reported that British detectives searching for Madeleine McCann have been staying in hotels costing up to £200 a night 

British police hunting for Madeleine McCann have been staying in five star hotels in Portugal where rooms cost up to £200 a night, it has been reported.
The officers are part of Operation Grange, which was set up by the Metropolitan Police after Madeleine's parents Kate and Gerry made a personal plea to David Cameron to search for their daughter, who went missing while on holiday eight years ago.
Thirty-one police and support staff are still trying to find the missing child, who would now be 12.

[*]But after it was revealed that Operation Grange has cost £11million since it launched in 2011, it has now emerged that officers working in Portugal are staying at luxury resorts despite there being cheaper accommodation available near to the investigation scene.

[*]According to the Sun, officers have stayed at the £180-a-night Ria Park resort, while quizzing suspects at Faro Police Station, which is a 20 minute drive away.

[*]They are also said to have used the £200-a-night Hotel Dona Filipa, which is close to some of Portugal's best golf courses.
However, Scotland Yard said that no officers are permanently based in Portugal and that hotels are booked in accordance with procedure. 

A spokesman said: 'Officers stay in hotels when visiting Portugal and they are booked by the MPS Travel Services in accordance with agreed Government rates which aim to ensure best value is obtained.'  

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