German police have been asked to visit a second allotment rented by a Madeleine McCann suspect after neighbours called them two months ago to investigate.
Christian Brückner, named as a suspect in the three-year-old’s disappearance in 2007, had lived on and off at the allotment in Braunschweig between 2013 to 2016.
On Thursday, neighbours said the 42-year-old had been digging a cellar underneath the blue-roofed cottage and that they had called the police two months ago to inform them that he owned a garden there.
However, they said they had yet to see or speak to any German investigators about the site, named Am Fullerkamp.
It comes as officers completed a two-day dig at an allotment on the border of Hannover, where they uncovered a cellar and searched it with
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