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He also stood out in the local nightlife due to the fact that he would bring his two dogs, a dachshund named Frau Muller and a rottweiler named Charlie, with him wherever he went.German police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have discovered a sealed-off cellar after excavating an allotment site just outside Hannover.Brückner, a convicted paedophile, was living in the Algarve in Portugal when Madeleine went missing in May 2007. The dig continued from 7am on Wednesday in a different area of the garden.While in Hannover he lived in a high-rise apartment block in Linden, a neighbourhood known for its lively nightlife.Brückner was found guilty of two crimes during his time in Hannover. Christian Brueckner, the prime suspect in the disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine McCann. German authorities investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann conducted a search of a basement where Brückner lived at the time of her disappearance
Brueckner was inside the venue, saw what was on the TV and allegedly told a drinking companion that he knew exactly what had happened to Madeleine.
She then went for a drink at a pub nearby, saying goodbye to friends at just after 2am.Police lack a 'knockout blow' despite significant evidence linking him to Madeleine's disappearance, a source told The Sunday Times.They said he was also likely to have access to a workshop and regular contact with cats and dogs.Facebook photographs from 2011, the same year he was convicted of smuggling cannabis, show the tall, muscular former car mechanic at a bar in the district with a waitress and a dog.We are no longer accepting comments on this article.The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.Published by Associated Newspapers LtdBrueckner was not charged and the case remains unsolved, despite an extensive police investigation. 1994. 'The two-thirds benchmark passed on June 7, leading to fears he could be released and subsequently disappear before the Maddie case was resolved.A spokesman for police in The Hague confirmed that after announcing their intention to exchange information they have now presented the case and 'were in talks'.Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media GroupChristian Brueckner (right) is prime suspect in the kidnap and murder of three-year-old Madeleine (left) in 2007 while she was on holiday in Praia da LuzHarrowing footage shows goats being punched and abused on UK farm'I can confirm that the search is being carried out in connection with our investigations into the Maddie case,' said Julia Meyer from the prosecutor's office in nearby Braunschweig.Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual'So we are still on time.
At least seven police vehicles, including a truck, were present at the cordoned-off plot.Wolfgang Kossack, 73, who owns the plot next to Brückner's former allotment, told The Telegraph that a man with two dogs had lived in the run-down shed on the site in 2007, the year of Madeleine's disappearance.After discovering the underground cellar, officers led in a sniffer dog which barked when it entered, The Telegraph can reveal. The police dig for missing British girl Madeleine McCann found a hidden, sealed-off cellar under an allotment used by the prime suspect -- sending cadaver sniffing dogs wild, according to reports. Mr Kossack recalled: "At first he apologised, but he became increasingly aggressive.”Witnesses said on Wednesday they had watched as the BKA, the German federal investigators, lifted off a cement block covering the basement during the first day of digging at the council-owned site."I can't remember anything about the people who were there, but there was a Volkswagen camper that would turn up now and again. Kate McCann discovered she was missing at 10pm.The victim was the one in the video Brueckner showed his drinking companion.