Category Archive: Family Updates

New Dawn, New Day – Our only focus being Find Corrie

New dawn, new day. Today I’m not waiting for “that” phone call. The search starts again tomorrow. Today I’m going to have this song and Corrie’s beautiful smile full of nonsense in my head and the thousands of your beautiful kind supportive comments from yesterday. Let’s have a calm and peaceful day before the torture …

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The amazing men and woman from SULSAR who give their precious time to help strangers in desperate need for no reward of any kind. They are truly professional experts, and show the very very best in human kind. I’m privileged to be able to call them my friends. Thank you x x    

One Person left to identify

As you are aware we still had 2 people left that police wanted identified. It is confirmed we are now down to one final person to be identified. The elderly person wearing glasses in McDonald’s is the last one for now. Yet again, Suffolk police have had this information provided to them by the positive …

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Excavator has broken down – 17th March 2017

The search team were stood down first thing this morning as the excavator has broken down. Work will hopefully resume on Monday.

Nicola published on BBC Look East 8th March at 20:42

Agony, anger and upset – Corrie Mckeague’s mother Nicola Urquhart speaks about her son’s disappearance. #findcorrie Source [ ]

Nicola published on BBC Look East 8th March at 11:03

It’s now “just a matter of time” mum says. 😢 #findcorrie Source [ ]

Moving CCTV footage of two possible witnesses

Please have issued moving CCTV footage of the two possible witnesses that are still to be traced.

Only 2 potential witnesses to be identified

We are still looking to identify to following persons: CCTV image 26:                   CCTV image 18:                     CCTV image 3:                         Image 3 and Image 18 are …

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Suffolk Lowland Search & Rescue – Update 15th February 2017

This Sunday sees the 3rd public search taking place with around 40 public volunteers joining members of SULSAR , Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue, Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue (CamSAR), Essex Search and Rescue – Essex Lowland Search and Rescue and Norfolk & Suffolk 4×4 Response. We will again be assisted by cadaver dogs from as …

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Reward must be claimed by 5pm on Saturday 18th February 2017

As most of you will be aware, back in early December 2016, a £50,000 reward for information leading to Corrie being found was offered.  This reward was kindly and very generously put forward by a business couple, local to Suffolk.  It was their wish that they remained anonymous. At this moment in time the offer …

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Police will search landfill site in Milton in Cambridgeshire

Please take time to read this full update. Carrying out this search is a massive task. And our gratitude to each individual police officer carrying out this task is immeasurable. This could take up to 8 weeks to conclude, it will be an incredibly difficult time waiting for news each day. Please do not start …

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3 People to be identified

UPDATE….. PLEASE DO NOT IDENTIFY PEOPLE BY NAME ON THE Find Corrie 💙 GROUP. ANY NAMES…. PLEASE CONTACT SUFFOLK POLICE. Police are renewing appeals to trace three people captured on CCTV around the time of the last confirmed sighting of missing Corrie McKeague. Following previous appeals, police still need to trace two individuals shown on CCTV …

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What now? – Update 30th January 2017

The initial Collection & Collation activity is not quite complete. As soon as it is, the collection plan begins again and we go round the cycle again…rinse and repeat until we #findcorrie.

To those who are helping – Update 30th January 2017

To Cheryl and Wayne at the Bull Inn, Jo Leach, Andy & the whole team at SULSAR, to all the other people who have got in touch and offered us their time and expertise, from Specialist Dogs, aircraft, TV screen vans and so many more…. Sincerely and humbly, thank you all. April asked us to …

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The Suffolk Police MIT – Thank you – Update 30th January 2017

Thank you. I haven’t actually said it publicly before. We know the problem is budgets from central government, not desire or capability from the force.

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