The Guardian | Portugal police could reopen case into rape of Irish woman in 2004


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Portuguese police have begun a process that could lead to the reopening of an investigation into the unsolved rape of an Irish woman as they seek to build a case against a possible suspect in connection with the abduction of Madeleine McCann.


Detectives in Portugal last week collected the archived case file on the vicious assault in 2004 of Hazel Behan, who was working as a holiday rep in Praia da Rocha on the Algarve, according to a source in the public prosecutor’s office.


A judge could later decide if the investigators can officially reopen the case, a ruling that is unlikely to happen until after the summer.


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