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But a decade on it had been given back to her parents, Sky News revealed today.
Spokesman Clarence Mitchell (pictured today) said: 'Gerry did give a hairbrush to Mr Krugel at the time to assist in his work.'He eventually returned to South Africa and the hairbrush slipped their minds.
But the Portuguese police, who have previously accused the British of acting like a 'colonial power' in their country, say there is no evidence to back this up.
In the clear: Paulo Ribeiro (left) says police made him a suspect three years ago but has now been told he has no case to answer - Pedro do Carma, who is leading the probe says he and three others should never have been suspects but the Met insisted Mr Anjos, who accused Gerry and Kate Mc Cann of hampering the abduction investigation in 2007, said: 'This burglary theory is absurd.
The 'turbulent relationship' between Madeleine's parents and detectives in both Portugal and the UK hampered the hunt for the three-year-old who vanished from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in Portugal on May 3, 2007.
Passages from the secret report – ordered by then home secretary Alan Johnson in 2009 – emerged as Gerry and Kate Mc Cann mark the tenth anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance today.
They are relying on their faith, pals, relatives and well wishers to help them through the painful anniversary, which Kate describes as 'a horrible marker of stolen time.'Maddie's great aunt and uncle Janet and Brian Kennedy will take part in the special service at St Mary and St John Church.
The Mc Cann's close friends Fiona and David Payne, who joined them for the fateful holiday to Portugal's Praia da Luz in May 2007 from where Maddie was snatched, are expected to be among supporters.
He said of the four men: 'I can only say that we questioned those people on request of the Metropolitan Police and only based on the request of the Metropolitan Police.'We never questioned those people.
I don't know who that person was.' There are not believed to be any others with 'arguido' status - the Portuguese term for a formal suspect in a crime.