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|Rewards For Madeleine Info Top �2.5m|
A reward of �1.5m for the safe return of Madeleine McCann has been announced by the News Of The World newspaper.
Businessmen Sir Richard Branson and Sir Philip Green are among those offering the cash - which brings the total to �2.5m.
They have officially ended searches on the ground.
Sky News Crime Correspondent Martin Brunt said a number of leads are being investigated.
Three British people, who were dressed in beach clothes, were taken in by police for questioning.
They were not arrested and it is not known if they are suspects or witnesses.
Two people with blankets over their heads - described as male suspects by local media - had also been seen leaving a police station.
Pyjamas identical to Madeleine'sCCTV of a woman and two men with a girl matching Madeleine's description at a nearby petrol station is being analysed. Their car had British number plates.
Sky News understands that the man who forms part of the couple has dark skin and dark, collar-length hair with a middle parting. He is 1.75m tall.
He speaks English, has small glasses and was wearing a white shirt and beige trousers.
The woman is slightly shorter with long, blonde hair. She speaks English.
The other man is tall, well built, middle aged with a full face. He has straight, collar-length dark hair and was scruffy and unshaven, with greying stubble.
He also speaks English, was carrying a military-style backpack and was wearing a shirt with jeans and waistcoat.
And sniffer dogs picked up a trail from the McCanns apartment which led to a neighbouring flat which had been used by a British couple or family.
Chief Inspector Olegario Sousa said that a 200 kilometre (125 mile) square area had been scoured for clues since she vanished more than a week