The millionaire Suffolk businessman backing the campaign to find Corrie McKeague says he is prepared to pay for police to restart their landfill search for the missing RAF serviceman.
Police have abandoned their search of a landfill site after 20 weeks looking for the body of missing airman Corrie McKeague.
Only one potential witness seen on CCTV in Bury St Edmunds on the night Corrie McKeague disappeared remains unidentified.
Drone footage has emerged of the painstaking search of a landfill site in Cambridgeshire as police continue their hunt for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague.
Detectives investigating the disappearance of Corrie McKeague have been handed a “huge amount” of Facebook data to examine by private investigators, according to his mother.
A planned landfill site search in Cambridgeshire for missing RAF Honington serviceman Corrie McKeague has been delayed as the site is not yet safe to access.
The reward will close in the coming days, with anyone who has any information that leads to Corrie McKeague’s discovery being urged to come forward now.
Experienced police officer Nicola Urquhart has spoken of her shock at how many people did not initially come forward with information that could help the search for her missing son Corrie McKeague.
The mother of missing RAF Honington airman Corrie McKeague has defended the work of a private investigation team in the search for her son – after a report there were concerns about the company.
Following on from yesterday’s Q&A with Suffolk Constabulary about the Corrie McKeague investigation, here are further questions the force has answered, including some posed by Corrie’s mother Nicola Urquhart.
Since his unexplained disappearance in Bury St Edmunds more than four months ago, Corrie McKeague has become a source of national attention as the search to find him gathers thousands of supporters.
Corrie McKeague’s mother says it is “outrageous” more Government money has not been spent on the search for an active British serviceman
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