It was in May 2007 that Madeleine McCann — a British girl who was about to turn four — vanished while she and her parents were on holiday in Portugal. Her disappearance quickly became one of the year’s top news stories.
She began her CBC career in 1976 as a roving radio reporter with Metro Morning in Toronto. In 1979 she became co-host of Information Morning in Fredericton. In 1981 she returned to Toronto to join the CBC Radio newsroom. In 1984 Durham moved to the UK continuing to report for CBC Radio. She also became a regular contributor to the BBC.
(CBS) Peter Van Sant first joined CBS News in 1984. He was based in Atlanta for six years, where he was a correspondent for the CBS Evening News, covering the south, the space program, and specializing on the aviation industry. Van Sant’s investigative report on the high number of medical helicopter crashes earned him his first Emmy Award in 1986.
Francisco Marco Fernández is the Services and Quality Director. A Doctor in criminal law by the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, he is also member of the Intercomunitary Association of Private Detectives, Master specialist in laws for societies, speaker at many university lessons and author of several legal books for the Aranzadi Editorial. He holds Private Detective Licence Nº: 769.
Joseph M. Moura is the President and CEO of National Investigation Bureau, Inc. (NIB). The corporate office is located in Mr. Moura’s home town of Stoughton, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. The firm specializes in investigation services catering to private clients as well as the Insurance, Legal and Corporate Communities.
“I never in a million years thought it could have been Madeleine. … It was just complete shock and complete horror that I might have seen Madeleine being abducted,” says Jane Tanner, one of the McCanns’ dinner companions the night of Madeleine’s disappearance, in her first public interview on 48 Hours Mystery reported by correspondent Peter Van Sant.