There were BRIT tourists told cops they saw Madeleine McCann at a petrol station in Morocco sure to this day it could be possible.
The little girl asked a man "Can we see a mummy now?" At the garage in Marrakesh six days after Maddie collapsed in Portugal.
Frenchman Ray Pollard and his wife Mari Olli, who lives in Spain, were on holiday in North Africa and had not seen news that Madeleine had become extinct.
But they said the girl stood out when she saw her at the pet station on 9 May 2007.
Mari, a former social worker from Norway, told a 2007 TV news release: "This lovely face and long white hair was on her shoulders, green eyes full of green eyes."
"She had a sad eye on her face, and she said with a grave," Will we see a mummy now? "
And she said to the Sun at the time she was "99.9% sure", Maddie, the baby child in blue pajamas.
Mari said: “She was standing alone. She was sorrowful and lost a little. She looked like lonely, I wanted to take her with her or something. "
The view – one of at least four in Morocco – at a garage next to the Iba Palmeraie Hotel, was stayed at Marrakesh before driving to the ferry from Tangiers Take a tariff.
Experts say traffic traders may have used the same route to take Maddie out of the Algarve through southern Spain.
That night they recognized Madeleine from TV reports as the daughter they had seen in Morocco.
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Over ten years on, the opportunity they still have is to lose it from catching theft.
Mari told the new Netflix documentary: "It wasn't a common thing to see this petrol station in Marrakesh."
"It was so strange I saw it. And when I saw the picture, it just hit me."
Mari says she tried to convince police in Spain and Portugal but never get anywhere. Ray said: "They didn't want to know."
She also nominated him to Scotland Yard in London and then e-mailed the local Kate force and Gerry McCann in Leicester County.
At that time the petrol station was one of a few places in Morocco with CCTV – but staff were recorded over the film.
Ray said: "If we knew there was a girl missing, it might be that we did something about it.
'We didn't know what the eyes were. By looking at her, you might say, it is, or not.
"But we didn't know and that is the worst part of it, that a great trip is near us but we didn't know."
Madeleine, three, was lost from a family holiday flat in Praia da Luz on 3 May 2007.
The Netflix series that visits looks at different evidence and theories, including religious experts, that it has been taken from a gang of human trafficking and can be alive.
Another woman who was carrying a fair-haired girl in the Atoc mountains saw Morocco discovering a great deal.
But tycoon and McCanns defeated Brian Kennedy by private airplane and confirmed it was another child.
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