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FOR INFORMATION THAT LEADS TO CORRIE BEING FOUND AND RETURNED TO HIS FAMILY
IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL NOW IN CONFIDENCE
07379 333 024, 07379 333 025, 07379 333 026, 07379 333 027, 07379 333 028**
Missing – Serving Senior RAF Serviceman Corrie McKeague
Last seen on the 24th September 2016 at 03:25 in Brentgoval Street, Bury St Edmunds.
Corrie McKeague is a 23-year-old man from Fife, in Scotland.
For the last 3 years Corrie has been posted to RAF Honington, ten miles north of Bury St Edmunds.
Corrie is a Senior Aircraft man in the RAF Regimental Gunners 2 Squadron, C Flight, he is a Team Medic.
Corrie is described as white, 5ft 10ins tall, medium build, with light brown hair, short at the sides and longer on top.
Corrie is the middle child with 2 brothers, Darroch (21) and Makeyan (25). The boys have lived in Fife all their lives, residing in Dunfermline with their mother Nicola Urquhart and step-father.
Corrie’s father, Martin, who has worked and resided abroad, has recently moved back to his home town of Cupar with his wife Trish.
Corrie is a young man, living life to the fullest, he is everybody’s friend and finds himself in people’s hearts without even trying.
The love of Corrie’s life is Louell a little 7 month old pug cross french bulldog, who was left in Corrie’s bedroom on the base, Louell has been cared for by 2 sqdn and is now coming home with Corrie’s family.
Timeline of events
Saturday September 24: Corrie separated from his friends in the early hours of Saturday after leaving Flex nightclub, St Andrews Street South
He got takeaway food from his regular place, Pizza Mamma Mia, on St Andrews Street North, where he seemed happy and played rock, paper, scissors with a stranger.
1.20am: He then passed a CCTV camera at around 1.20am opposite The Grapes Pub on Brentgovel Street/St Andrews Street. CCTV footage of him eating his food as he passed this camera was later released by Suffolk police. He took a nap for around two hours in the doorway to Hughes Electrical Store (Brentgovel Street/St Johns Street junction).
3.08am: Corrie responded to a message from a friend, forwarding an image to them from his phone. This is last time Corrie used his mobile phone.
3.24am: Corrie got up from the doorway and headed past the junction of St Johns Street and down a pathway (towards Cornhill Walk)
3.25am: Corrie turned right into a loading/refuse collection area behind the Greggs shop. This is the last confirmed sighting of Corrie. He was never seen leaving this loading area on camera.
3.24am to around 4.30am: Police were able to trace Corrie’s mobile phone from Bury to the Barton Mills area, near Mildenhall, at a speed only a vehicle could travel at. His phone was not used after this and it has not been found.
The timings of the movement of the phone match that of a bin lorry known to have travelled between the towns at the time. The bin lorry is seized. The phone is not found.
Sunday September 25: No information about Corrie’s whereabouts is known during this time.
Monday September 26: Corrie is reported missing in the afternoon after he does not turn up for duty at RAF Honington.
Tuesday September 27: At 4.10am, police make their first media appeal for information, releasing his image to the public.
**Due to lack of resources within Suffolk Police these phones will be answered by Corrie’s family and trusted close friends.