Missing Corrie McKeague’s mother Nicola Urquhart, and other members of his family, have taken the appeal to trace him to national TV as the work to locate him continues here in Suffolk.
Nicola is due to appear in the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme this morning, Thursday 20 October, to talk about her son and the efforts to find him, and to make a national appeal for any information that may help trace him. She has also been interviewed by ITV’s Good Morning Britain programme today and Corrie’s brother Darroch McKeague and uncle Tony Wringe appeared on Sky News yesterday afternoon, Wednesday 19.
More than three weeks on from when Corrie went missing, police are continuing work to locate him including CCTV viewing, ground and air searches and background information gathering in a bid to discover what has happened.
Officers are continuing to keep an open mind and all possible lines of enquiry are being followed up, however at this stage police still have no confirmed sighting of Corrie beyond 3.20am on Saturday 24 September.
Police are continuing to ask local residents, businesses and landowners across the Bury St Edmunds, Barton Mills and Honington area to check any outbuildings and property in the ongoing bid to find Corrie.
Anyone who may have been out in Bury St Edmunds between 3am and 6am on Saturday 24 September or anyone with information that may assist is urged to call the incident room on 01473 782019.