He said: 'I have been combing through all the police files trying to identify who the woman in purple could be.'It has been widely reported that Yard officers are in Bulgaria.'Examining all the known statements it seems highly likely the police are seeking the Todorovs.
They are the only known people with a clear link to Bulgaria.'According to their witness statements Mrs Todorov finished her shifts at 6pm while her husband started at 8pm until midnight having worked as a car painter during the day.
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Operation Grange has conducted no formal witness interviews with Gerry or Kate Mc Cann or the seven friends they dined with on the night Madeleine disappeared.
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Operation Grange has been one of the longest, most high-profile and costly police investigations in history.
Launched in May 2011, officers have sifted (and translated) 40,000 documents produced by Portuguese police who conducted the initial investigation, and by the eight teams of private detectives who have worked on the case.
But the surging value of Bitcoin means that the haul of 213,519 is now worth a staggering .3billion.Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine Mc Cann have gone to Bulgaria in search of the 'woman in purple' - a figure who is keeping the operation alive.Waitress Luisa Todorov, 58, is believed to be the mystery woman seen by two witnesses standing outside apartment 5a of the Ocean Club from where Madeleine was taken 10 years ago.Scotland Yard began an investigative review into the disappearance in 2011, on the orders of then-Prime Minister David Cameron.However it is understood Met detectives have been relying on Portuguese transcripts of key interviews with British witnesses, rather than conducting their own.
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