UK UK - Corrie McKeague, 23, Bury St Edmunds, 24 September 2016 #11

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  1. MidsummersDay

    MidsummersDay New Member

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    I think it's simpler than we think. I think we're making it far too difficult. I think he bought food for two. The extra burger was for a friend who he thought he was meeting at 0130 but didn't turn up until 0330 onwards. I'd have ate it by 0140 if my 'guest' hadn't arrived. Toss up between wasting food or it going cold. Waste not want not.


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  2. MidsummersDay

    MidsummersDay New Member

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    Don't get me wrong, I'm certainly not casting aspersions towards anyone but there does seem to be quite a few pauses, ers, urms and ums coming from the press footage. Have another look and see what you think.
    I think we're being told only a fraction of what we need to know hence ten threads in and no satisfactory conclusion. We'll work it out eventually though no doubt.


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  3. AtaraMalka

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    It does look like a skirt, doesn't it! And somewhat feminine-looking feet.
     
  4. Clevercat

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    His brother Darroch during the Sky News interview broadcast on 19th Oct in answer to a question about whether Corrie had walked back to camp before (and I'm paraphrasing) said that Corrie had at least started the walk back to camp on previous occasions (approx 2.40 in). Presumably someone known or not on these previous occasions had stopped to give him a lift.

    http://www.findcorrie.co.uk/2016/10/19/was-corrie-in-a-vehicle/
     
  5. MissTerious

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    We could do with starting a list of topics/FAQs discussed by family & their quotes underneath in date order so we can see how the thinking has shifted since the start.
     
  6. MidsummersDay

    MidsummersDay New Member

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    The phone timings need interrogating further...

    0300: Shift start time & vehicle checked
    0352: Vehicle departs for SB (8 minute journey from site to 'Horseshoe').
    0400: Bin man enters SB
    0405: Driver fills in collection paperwork.
    0415: Bin man starts collection procedure
    0420: Bin man sees three teenagers in SB
    0425: Bin man finishes collection procedure
    0430: Bin man departs SB for BM (31 minute journey from 'Horseshoe' to BM roundabout).
    0501: Bin lorry arrives at BM roundabout/Mildenhall.


    21(15): Corrie feeds the dog and locks him in the bathroom.
    21(30): Two cars with Corrie's workmates depart Hon.
    2200: Corrie departs Hon in his own car (with a passenger?).
    http://www.findcorrie.co.uk/2016/11/11/what-time-did-corrie-leave-raf-honington/
    2221: Corrie parks in disabled bay in Robert Roby Way.
    2221-2250: Corrie drinks in his car whilst making a phone call to Darroch.
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/71...-McKeague-awol-regiment-cared-puppy-Honington
    2305: Corrie walks to SoBar pub and meets up with work colleagues.
    2320: Corrie walks to Weatherspoons.
    0001: Corrie leaves Weatherspoons around midnight for Flex.
    Source- BBC Look East Evening News 12122016
    0015: Corrie enters Flex night club.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=v9IR-qslpEw
    0040: Corrie is 'ejected' from the nightclub.
    0055: Corrie enters kebab shop & plays rock, paper, scissors with a customer and sits with a group whilst his order is ready. He leaves with a black man in a black t shirt with the numbers 78 in Roman numerals written on it.
    http://www.eadt.co.uk/news/police_s..._takeaway_on_night_of_disappearance_1_4744362
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=v9IR-qslpEw
    0115: Corrie leaves kebab shop with kebab, chips and two burgers.
    http://www.findcorrie.co.uk/2016/11/11/isnt-it-weird-to-sleep-in-a-doorway/
    Corrie seen walking purposefully towards The Grapes pub.
    http://www.findcorrie.co.uk/2016/11/11/what-time-is-the-1st-cctv-that-we-see-him-on/
    0300: Shift start time for bin man. Vehicle checked. CorrieĀ’s mobile phone records show he sent a picture to a friend at 3am.
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/71...-McKeague-awol-regiment-cared-puppy-Honington
    0308: Corrie forwards a photo image to a friend from Hughes shop doorway.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=v9IR-qslpEw
    http://www.findcorrie.co.uk/2016/11/11/has-the-text-message-corrie-sent-at-0308-been-looked-in-to/
    0319: Two persons seen walking from Market Square towards McDonalds.
    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/news/missing-persons/corrie-mckeague
    0321: White Tshirt man and two figures walking past Cornhill Walk towards Loom Street.
    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/news/missing-persons/corrie-mckeague
    0324: Last CCTV sighting of Corrie.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=46UD0lk-c2g
    http://www.findcorrie.co.uk/2016/11/11/when-and-where-was-corrie-last-seen/
    0326: Two people with light clothing seen outside Cornhill Walk.
    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/news/missing-persons/corrie-mckeague
    0335: Dark clothing1 man walking past Cornhill Walk towards Loom Street.
    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/news/missing-persons/corrie-mckeague
    0340: Running man, Lurker & Legs man seen in 'Horseshoe'.
    0352: Bin lorry departs (Hollow Lane) for BSE.
    0356: Bicycle man, cycling around Cornhill area.
    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/news/missing-persons/corrie-mckeague
    0400: Bin lorry enters SB.
    0405: Bin lorry driver fills in collection paperwork.
    0410: Bins lorry driver starts collection procedure of ONE BIN with 11kgs of material in it. It then drives to its next pick up in Mildenhall and onto the recycling centre outside of the county via the Barton Mills roundabout.
    0415: Bin man starts collection procedure.
    0420: Bin man finishes collection procedure in SB. Three teenagers seen in Shortbrackland by bin man.
    0425: Bin man finishes collection procedure.
    0430: Corrie's phone left the BSE mast area. Phone takes 28 minutes to reach the BM area. Link at 9 minute 9 seconds point. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=v9IR-qslpEw
    Bin lorry departs SB and heads towards Mildenhall for a collection, along A1101 via the BM roundabout.
    0455: (Bin lorry is at Barton Mills roundabout.)
    0458: Corrie's phone enters the BM mast area (if the 0430 quote is extrapolated).
    http://www.findcorrie.co.uk/2016/11/11/has-corries-phone-been-checked/
    0501: Dark clothing2 man seen walking past Cornhill Walk towards Loom Street.
    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/news/missing-persons/corrie-mckeague
    0501: (Bin lorry is at BM roundabout/Mildenhall).
    0503: (Corrie's phone would be at BM roundabout at this time if the 0430 quote is extrapolated.)
    0518: Dark clothing3 man seen walking around Cornhill Walk.
    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/news/missing-persons/corrie-mckeague
    0520: Dark backpack man seen in Cornhill Market Square area.
    https://www.suffolk.police.uk/news/missing-persons/corrie-mckeague
    0800: Corrie's phone is last active within the BM mast area.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ouZCCnULs34



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  7. Ironside

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    I'm not so convinced he was meeting someone, the more I look at the footage, the more confused I am lol.
    He's walking very close to the buildings on the left, bumbling along. It looks like someone calls him, gets his attention, he then looks left and right as he bumbles over, as you would, a bit twitchy as it's a stranger calling you over.
    Not sure what's happened next.....
     
  9. Scorpio1

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    I wouldn't see it that unusual really to be a top local news story if they are short of story's, it's a bit more then just a burnt out car as it went of the Clift
     
  10. MidsummersDay

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    You may have just inadvertently contradicted your own question eeejay.
    What if the person he was meeting, was the person who you think called him over...a bit twitchy...as if it's a stranger calling him over? :)


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  11. MidsummersDay

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    ditto on your thoughts
     
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    could have slept a bit, got up to walk to his car and got called over yes, it's another theory I guess

     
  14. Dcflag

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    Agreed. I'm pretty sure Corrie was no the happy go lucky person he's made out to be 100%

    Sometimes this leads to making bad decisions. Whether trusting the wrong person or just doing something plain stupid.
     
  15. guruagain

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    Another public search scheduled for 22 Jan 2017 - I hope it isn't required.
     
  16. Scorpio1

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    that says to me that they have no new Leads on areas to search as if they did they would not be waiting a month to search!
     
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    Wasn't he walking in the wrong direction to get to his car (near Waitrose)?
     
  19. Shiressleuth

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    I think Corrie was doing what he always did on his weekends off and he had an arranged meet with someone he knew. He got asked to leave Flex early ( timeline has incorrect time of 00.40 Nicola said just after 01.00 and doorman said 0120 so between this maybe 01.10? So off to get grub. Takeaway guy said he came in every two weeks. He refused a lift and headed off. Some food he gave to the homeless guy. He turns of to hughes specifically and this is not in the direction of his car so I believe he settles down in the doorway due to free wifi close by at the Grapes. Falls asleep due to surfeit of drink and grub probably around 01.45 ? Wakes up on receiving photo and forwards it on. Is in no hurry to go to his meet as he still has 20 mins to wait. Dozes or surfs net till 0320 or so and sets off to meet lift. When he arrives he sees lift is there and goes to meey up. The vehicle leaves immediately at 3.26 so is not seen by cameras or any one at all. Straight up SB. Corrie spends his weekend with this person and is either still with them or has had a big bust up and come to harm. Phone is gone out of area with corrie and does one glancing ping before leaving area completely.
     
  20. Dcflag

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    There are drone searches being carried out between now and then, that is just the next public involved search.
     
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