As reported by East Anglian Daily Times
Suffolk police answer key questions around Corrie McKeague disappearance in Bury St Edmunds
- Police Answer 1 – Why was the decision taken not to search the rubbish site which could have contained Corrie’s mobile phone, given that the mobile’s signal matched the journey of a bin lorry heading there?
- Police Answer 2 – Would finding Corrie’s mobile phone help the investigation?
- Police Answer 3 – How long can police maintain the current operation to find Corrie for?
- Police Answer 4 – How long have police been aware of all the details of Corrie’s social media accounts, including the recent swinger website which was reported last week?
- Police Answer 5 – Is the force still confident there is no link with an attempted abduction at RAF Marham, just a few weeks before Corrie vanished?
- Police Answer 6 – Why was there a delay in buildings in Short Brackland being searched, opposite the alleyway where Corrie was last seen?
- Police Answer 7 – How much work is done in conjunction with the private investigation team hired by Corrie’s family?
- Police Answer 8 – Why were there no door-to-door searches carried out in the vicinity of where Corrie was last seen?
- Police Answer 9 – Was there a mistake made in identifying the CCTV footage showing Corrie being asked to leave Flex nightclub by the bouncer?
- Police Answer 10 – Does CCTV of Corrie in Hughes’s doorway on the night he vanished show him using his phone? Someone received a message from Corrie at 3.08am but it is not clear if that’s when it was sent.
- Police Answer 11 – Are there going to be any other people from CCTV footage the police are going to look at getting identified in connection with Corrie’s disappearance?
[Source: East Anglian Daily Times Part 1]
[Source: East Anglian Daily Times Part 2]