Starting in 2011, Grange received more than € 13 million (11.75 million lats) from the Internal Office with the available money from the Internal Office, without providing any relevant results. The amount already invested in this case has caused England's criticism.
The research funding ended in late September, when the Ministry of the Interior did not respond to the police request for more money. At that time, the British government said that the authorities could continue to work on the case, the costs that would be paid later, indicating that the Grange operation could continue.
Since almost 30 people have been involved in the investigation, since March 2015, the English Metropolitan Police has only four inspectors in this case.
Funding is renewed every six months, the police always ensure that they have the following investigation lines, which can lead to the location of the girl who was at the age of three.