Report: McCann Family Releases New Sketch of Possible Suspect in Daughter's Disappearance

A new sketch of a suspect believed to be involved in the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann has been released by her parents, according to a report in London's Daily Mail.

The image, released by family spokesman Clarence Mitchell Saturday, was made from details provided by a new witness staying near the hotel in Portugal where the McCanns were vacationing when Madeleine vanished.

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Mitchell said the man's description matches one given by family friend Jane Tanner, who claimed to have seen a man carrying a child in his arms the night the 4-year-old disappeared.

Gail Cooper, 50, described a 38- to 45-year-old man with sallow skin, lank dark hair, a distinctive droopy moustache and large teeth who reportedly speaks broken English, according to the Daily Mail report.

Cooper said she saw a man wearing a bomber jacket and khakis walking around the resort complex in Praia da Luz. She said the man even showed up at her door and claimed to be collecting money for an orphanage.