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This is the article Diane was mentioning!

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This is the article Diane was mentioning!

Post by Guest on Fri Jun 13, 2008 10:03 pm

As the world marks the first anniversary of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, a couple in Germany will be remembering their six-year old son who went missing in the Algarve 12 years ago.

Renč Hasče, who was six, disappeared from the Amoreira beach near Aljezur on June 19, 1996.
His mother, Anita, a 37-year old postal worker who was on holiday with her partner Peter and René, told a German newspaper at the time: “We had just eaten something and gone down to the beach.” It was around 6pm and she said René was around 30 metres in front of her when “suddenly our son
disappeared as if he had been swallowed by the earth.” She immediately notified the local police, who, she claimed at the time, were not very interested and did not bother to search for René, telling her he had probably drowned.

However, this recollection of events is not shared by a GNR agent, who is still working at the Aljezur GNR branch. He told The Resident that he remembers officers spending “day after day searching the beach for the child”. As with any other missing children cases, the file on Renč was sent to the Polícia Judiciária, said a GNR spokesman.

But the Lisbon headquarters of the criminal police have no record of Renč Hasče.

“The missing people’s database in digital format goes back to 1996,”, said the spokesman. “The name is not registered on the computer database and we have not found it in the paper entries.”
However, the spokesman said this does not mean the case is closed. “Sometimes, a case has to wait years until new information is found in connection to it and it is possible this is one of those cases,” said the spokesman. The disappearance received no publicity in the Algarve and only limited media coverage at home in Germany. But, as the world focuses on Madeleine McCann, we should also spare a thought for one German couple who even now, 12 years on, have not given up hope of finding their son.


The general attitude towards missing children doesn't seem to have changed much! Not even a file on the poor kid. How can a case still be open if there isn't even a file on him.

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i wonder

Post by Guest on Thu Jul 10, 2008 8:01 am

i wonder how many childreen have gone missing out there?

its in the 30s i think

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