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Christian Brueckner has been linked to the murder of a German schoolgirl who disappeared nearly 20 years ago. Part of her skeleton was discovered 15 years later by a mushroom picker in a Bavarian forest, around 60 miles from her home in Lichtenberg, Upper Franconia. Investigators have revealed the historic cold case is now being reopened in relation to the year-old Madeleine McCann suspect, who is a convicted paedophile. Christian Brueckner has been linked to the murder of a German schoolgirl who disappeared nearly 20 years ago who bears a striking resemblance to Madeleine McCann.
Peggy Knobloch was nine when she vanished on her way home from school in It means Brueckner is now being investigated in connection with the disappearance of five children — including Madeleine, three, who went missing in the Algarve in Detectives are also re-examining the cases of Rene Hasee, six, who went missing while on holiday in Aljezur — 25 miles away from Praia da Luz, where Brueckner was living at the time.
The German is also a suspect in the disappearances of Carola Titze, 16, who went missing in Belgium in and Inga Gehricke, five, who vanished in Germany in The Mail also revealed he has been linked to the killing of Monika Pawlak, a year-old prostitute, in Hanover. Brueckner is now being investigated in connection with the disappearance of five children. The schoolgirl vanished without a trace on her way home from class on May 7, , at around 1.
Around the same period Brueckner, who had recently served jail time for child abuse, was known to frequently drive the 1, miles between Bavaria and the Algarve. Brueckner was released from prison in Bavaria at the end of — just months before Peggy went missing. He had been jailed on child sex abuse charges after being extradited back to Germany from Portugal the previous year. It was not until July 2, , that parts of her skeleton were discovered in the Thuringian Forest mountain range in central Germany.
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