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‘I didn’t recognise her and don’t have a clue who she is, but she seems a bit suspicious.’It is this ‘woman in purple’, the Mail understands, who is keeping alive Operation Grange, the marathon reinvestigation of the Madeleine Mc Cann case by Scotland Yard, now in its sixth year.

The suspect is believed to be Bulgarian and was living in Praia da Luz with her partner, a man of German or Eastern European descent (now believed to be dead) at the time of Madeleine’s disappearance.

Variously, the spotlight has fallen on a group of British contract cleaners working in the resort, a smelly, pot-bellied man, a burglary gang posing as charity collectors, child-traffickers, gypsies and so on.Of course, it must be acknowledged that the suffering of Madeleine’s parents, Gerry and Kate Mc Cann, over their daughter’s disappearance is as unimaginable as it is unending.Every parent will sympathise with their conviction that, until proven otherwise, Madeleine may yet be found alive and well.The demand from many quarters — from the Mc Canns, from the public, from politicians — for the investigation to continue is, of course, entirely understandable.But there comes a time in every police inquiry into a disappearance when the question of how long it should continue has to be asked.