#findcorrie Mon, 03 Apr 2017 06:39:02 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 32 32 118754164 New Dawn, New Day – Our only focus being Find Corrie Sun, 02 Apr 2017 06:34:38 +0000

Continue reading »]]> 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 of tomorrow starts again, our only focus being, find corrie. X x x

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SULSAR Sat, 01 Apr 2017 06:30:10 +0000

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Suffolk Police – 28th March 2017 Tue, 28 Mar 2017 06:22:40 +0000

Continue reading »]]> Police can confirm that a young woman who was one of two remaining people seen on foot in the area where Corrie McKeague was last seen has been spoken to by officers.

The woman had been seen on CCTV in the Brentgovel Street area of Bury St Edmunds around 5.15am – 5.20am on Saturday 24 September and officers had been making appeals to trace her, along with an older gentleman who has yet to be traced.

She has now been spoken to and has confirmed she is the person in the images but she has not been able to add anything further to assist the investigation.

Officers are now in the fourth week of work at a landfill site in Milton in Cambridgeshire and have now been through around 1,000 tonnes of waste material in the search.

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One Person left to identify Mon, 27 Mar 2017 06:25:05 +0000

Continue reading »]]> 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 helpful and caring community that have come together to help us to help Suffolk Police to find corrie.
Although so very difficult, what works for us is to stay positive, thankful and appreciative of all those helping to find Corrie it is what helps myself, Makeyan and Darroch through this. It is every single one of you on here that has collectively brought us to where we are now, we can never thank you enough x x x

Below is the final person Suffolk police need identified. Please as always. No names on here, but do contact Suffolk police with any information you have not provided to them already.

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Suffolk Police – 24th March 2017 Fri, 24 Mar 2017 07:21:28 +0000

Continue reading »]]> As a search continues at a landfill site in Milton in Cambridgeshire, police are confirming that the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will be working alongside officers investigating Corrie McKeague’s disappearance.

A team of specialist trained search officers from Suffolk and Norfolk Constabularies are continuing work at the site and have now been through more than 845 tonnes of material in the search.

Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott said; “Officers have been liaising with the HSE as part of the investigation into the circumstances around what happened to Corrie.

“At this stage our search at Milton continues. If there is a find on the site then the HSE will have a role to play in looking into the procedures that were in place and we have been speaking with them to ensure they are aware of our investigation to date.

“Officers have completed thousands of hours of enquiries to find Corrie and through the work that has been completed over the past few months we have gathered a substantial amount of information which will inform both our own and any potential HSE investigation as we move forward.”

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Excavator has broken down – 17th March 2017 Fri, 17 Mar 2017 07:38:05 +0000 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 Wed, 08 Mar 2017 07:13:07 +0000 Agony, anger and upset – Corrie Mckeague’s mother Nicola Urquhart speaks about her son’s disappearance. #findcorrie

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Nicola published on BBC Look East 8th March at 11:03 Wed, 08 Mar 2017 07:07:25 +0000 It’s now “just a matter of time” mum says. 😢 #findcorrie

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BBC Look East 7th March – Facebook Tue, 07 Mar 2017 07:03:52 +0000 “This can really devastatingly only mean one thing.” #findcorrie

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Suffolk Police – 7th March 2017 Tue, 07 Mar 2017 06:49:38 +0000

Continue reading »]]> A 26-year-old man arrested on suspicion of attempting to pervert the course of justice as part of the continuing Corrie McKeague missing person investigation has been told he will face no further action.

The 26-year-old was arrested on Wednesday 1 March and interviewed about information provided to the investigation before being bailed. However, after more work by detectives, he has now been told he will face no further action.

Police have been carrying out extensive work to check and re-check data provided to officers.  As a result of this comprehensive checking process and analysis it was discovered that the initial weight of the waste pick-up supplied to the investigation was incorrect and that it was far higher than originally thought.

This directly led to the arrest as police moved to secure any potential evidence however, following further work and the interviewing of a second man under caution, detectives now believe there was no attempt to hide information.

Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott said;

“Through the persistence of officers and their detailed work we recently identified that the data provided was incorrect. We now know the weight of the waste collection from the ‘horseshoe’ on the night Corrie went missing was over 100kg, when the original information we were given indicated that this was 11kg, and this makes our search of the landfill the next logical step to try to find Corrie.

“The investigation has identified that the company who provided the data usually charge per collection, not per weight of load collected, and it appears that it was genuinely believed by the company that the data provided was correct. There was no intention to mislead the investigation, however our discovery, through persisting with this through our enquiries and evidence gathering, now puts a new emphasis on the search.

“Corrie’s family have been made aware of this new information and we continue to liaise with them as we move forward.

“Our extensive work around CCTV to see if Corrie could have left the Brentgovel Street area and the vast number of other enquiries we have been making have been crucial to getting us to this point.

“We have had to be methodical and systematic in our approach to ensure we were not ruling out the line of enquiry that may give us the answers. The search of the landfill is a huge undertaking, and still may not provide the answer as to what happened, but now, with new information uncovered by the officers working on the case, this is the priority.

“We would like to thank all of those organisations who have been assisting with the investigation. Their assistance and co-operation throughout has allowed us to conduct the enquiries we needed to do and we are grateful that they have been supportive of our work.”

Any information relating to Corrie’s disappearance should be passed to the incident room on 01473 782019. Alternatively you can call 101 and ask to speak to the team.

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Suffolk Police – 6th March 2017 Mon, 06 Mar 2017 06:57:10 +0000

Continue reading »]]> Police will begin a full-scale search of part of a landfill site at Milton in Cambridgeshire this week as part of the continuing investigation to find Corrie McKeague.

Following preparatory work including building access routes to the area of the site that needs to be searched, moving 8,000 tonnes of bulk material and placing facilities at the location, the full scale search will now begin.

Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott said;


“The search is likely to take six to ten weeks to complete, although this will obviously depend on daily progress on the site. We have a large area – around 920 square metres, up to a depth of eight metres – of waste to search through and a plan has been put in place to manage this process to ensure a thorough and comprehensive search is undertaken.

“Teams of specialist search trained police officers from both Suffolk and Norfolk will be carrying out the work to find anything that may be linked to the investigation.

“In planning the search we have taken into account not only the need to find Corrie, but also factors including the noise, odour and disruption implications for local residents and site workers, and the safety and welfare of the officers who will undertake the search.

“We know that physically searching the site has the potential to cause an increase in odour and we have taken steps to reduce this as much as possible. We hope residents will understand that we and the site owners have taken all these things into consideration when making a decision to go ahead with the search. However we also hope they will also understand why we are doing this as part of our ongoing enquiries to find Corrie.

“We need to find him and discover what happened to him. While the search may not provide the answers as to what happened it is something we need to do as our investigation continues.”


Since Corrie was reported as missing, police have been working through all possibilities to discover where he is. The work has been prioritised with the most likely scenarios being examined in detail.

One of these lines of enquiry has been in respect of waste collections from the area, known as the horseshoe, around the time of the last sighting of Corrie.

It was known, and CCTV shows, that a waste lorry made a collection in the area a short time after the last confirmed sighting of Corrie and the lorry was seized in the early stages of the enquiry for forensic examination.  This did not reveal any traces of him, however the waste collection has been one line of enquiry police have persisted with and kept under constant review.

The area of the landfill site where waste collected from Bury St Edmunds that morning was deposited has not had further items put onto it since police alerted the site, early in the investigation, to the possibility that this may need to be searched.

Detectives working on the case have carried out a systematic examination of the possible options including using CCTV, phone and social media analysis, searches, media appeals, talking to those who had contact with Corrie, investigating his background and social life and tracing those who were out in Bury St Edmunds at the time of the last sighting – 3.25am on Saturday 24 September.

Anyone with information about his disappearance is asked to call the incident room at Suffolk Police on 01473 782019.

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Moving CCTV footage of two possible witnesses Wed, 01 Mar 2017 06:59:54 +0000 Please have issued moving CCTV footage of the two possible witnesses that are still to be traced.

Suffolk Police – 1st March 2017 Wed, 01 Mar 2017 06:53:54 +0000

Continue reading »]]> Police have arrested a 26-year-old man on suspicion of attempting to pervert the course of justice as part of the continuing Corrie McKeague missing person investigation.

The man was arrested earlier today, Wednesday 1 March. He has been taken into custody where he will be interviewed on suspicion of attempting to pervert the course of justice relating to information provided to the investigation.

The man is not the driver of the bin lorry which collected refuse from the area where Corrie was last seen but officers will not be giving any further details at this time, as work to discover what happened to the 23-year-old RAF serviceman continues.

Preparatory work is continuing on a landfill site at Milton ahead of a police search which is now likely to start in the next seven days. Work is being carried out to move a large volume of bulk material and to build access routes to allow the search to get underway.

Police are also now issuing footage of the two remaining individuals who were seen on foot in the Brentgovel Street/ ‘horseshoe’ area around the time of the last confirmed sighting of Corrie. Both are potential witnesses as they were seen in the vicinity between 3.20am and 5.20am on Saturday 24 September. Still images of both have previously been issued by Suffolk Police.

Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott said; “We are continuing to make progress on the investigation and we will be starting the landfill site search as soon as the preparatory work is complete.  We have been carrying out a lot of enquiries behind the scenes and our work continues to find the truth about what happened to Corrie.”

Any information relating to Corrie’s disappearance or about the potential witnesses should be passed to the incident room on 01473 782019. Alternatively you can call 101 and ask to speak to the team.

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Only 2 potential witnesses to be identified Fri, 17 Feb 2017 06:26:10 +0000

Continue reading »]]> We are still looking to identify to following persons:

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Image 3 and Image 18 are images of the same person.

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Suffolk Police – 17th February 2017 Fri, 17 Feb 2017 06:24:35 +0000

Continue reading »]]> A further potential witness has been traced as the investigation into the disappearance of Corrie McKeague continues.

Police have identified the cyclist shown in recently released CCTV images – but are renewing appeals for any information to locate the two remaining individuals seen on foot in the area where Corrie was last seen who have not yet been positively identified  – an older gentleman and a person seen walking through the Brentgovel Street/ ‘horseshoe’ area of Bury St Edmunds around 5.15am – 5.20am on Saturday 24 September.

Both are potential witnesses who could have information that may assist and detectives continue to ask them or anyone who knows who they are to get in touch.

Officers have also been in touch with Corrie’s family today to update them with regards to progress on preparatory work ahead of the landfill site search.

The site itself, at Milton in Cambridgeshire, has to be made safe and accessible before the search work can get underway. This preparatory work has started but this is going to take slightly longer as 8,000 tonnes of bulk material will have to be removed first to allow safe access to where the search needs to take place.

Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott said that work to locate Corrie was continuing both in preparation for the site search and in the enquiries being made.

“The work to trace Corrie remains a priority and we are continuing to progress our investigation as the work around the site search is being planned. It was initially hoped that the search could start next week, but the logistics of building access routes and ensuring the area is safely accessible for those who will be carrying out the work mean further preparatory activity will need to be done first.

“This is a considerable task and we need to ensure everything is in place before officers begin the process of going through the waste in the landfill.  We have been liaising with Corrie’s family around the timescales involved and, while we can’t confirm a start date, this preliminary work will be completed as quickly as possible, so the full scale search can take place.

“Our aim from the start was to find Corrie and we have been carefully going through all lines of enquiry in detail, checking and re-checking information that has been passed to us to discover what happened. We continue to receive assistance from a range of partner agencies, including the RAF, and we are very grateful for their continuing assistance.”

Police have also been reviewing data that has now been provided by a private company employed by Nicola Urquhart to see if this can provide any further information to assist the investigation.

Any information relating to Corrie’s disappearance or about the potential witnesses should be passed to the incident room on 01473 782019. Alternatively you can call 101 and ask to speak to the team.

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Source: [Suffolk Police]

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