UK UK - Corrie McKeague, 23, Bury St Edmunds, 24 September 2016 #18

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https://www.suffolk.police.uk/sites/suffolk/files/page/downloads/corriemckeague-missing-poster.pdf


Fears growing for missing RAF serviceman who vanished after night out

28 September 2016

Concerns were growing today for the safety of a young military [service]man who vanished after a night out and may have tried to walk eight miles back to his base.

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Camera operators saw him getting up and walking off - but he failed to return to Honington, the headquarters of the RAF Force Protection who guard UK military installations around the world.

Despite an appeal to motorists, villagers along the serviceman’s route and a search by the Suffolk police helicopter there has been no trace of him.

Corrie is described as white, 5ft 10ins tall, medium build, with short light brown hair. He was wearing a light-pink polo shirt and white jeans when last seen.


Corrie’s uncle says family’s experts will help police not replace them

09 January 2017

Missing airman Corrie McKeague’s uncle has explained how the family bringing in private experts is to help the police investigation, not start their own.

Speaking on a Facebook Live session on Saturday evening, Tony [W]ringe explained how Suffolk Police had finite resources and other cases, including murders, to investigate so they faced constraints.

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A Just Giving appeal raised more than £52,000 and the family last week announced it had brought in McKenzie Intelligence Services (MIS) who have expertise in data collection, collation and analysis; imagery intelligence; human intelligence; signals intelligence; technical/communications intelligence and surveillance.

Mr Wringe said MIS would be able to bring together the massive amount of data available, ranging from Facebook messages, through CCTV to Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue’s search mapping.


Missing airman Corrie McKeague to become a father, girlfriend reveals

09 January 2017

RAF serviceman Corrie Mckeague - who has been missing for more than three months - is due to become a father, his girlfriend has said.

Speaking to BBC Look East today (January 9), personal trainer April Oliver, 21, from West Norfolk, told how she had become pregnant after a relationship with the 23-year-old, who is from Fife, in Scotland, and stationed with the RAF regiment at RAF Honington in Suffolk

In an interview with BBC Look East, Miss Oliver said she discovered she was pregnant in October - just weeks after Mr Mckeague’s disappearance after a night out in Bury St Edmunds.

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She is expecting their baby to be born in late spring/early summer.

The pair had been together for about five months after meeting on a dating site. Miss Oliver had met his family.

Mr Mckeague did not know about the pregnancy.


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ADMIN NOTE: The Facebook page is now OFF LIMITS.

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Would I be correct in stating that the bin collection that was made in the HS area & thereabouts that was sent to Milton was from a private company? I have read on here that no household waste from Suffolk goes to landfill.
 

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Would I be correct in stating that the bin collection that was made in the HS area & thereabouts that was sent to Milton was from a private company? I have read on here that no household waste from Suffolk goes to landfill.
I may be wrong but my understanding was that no household waste in Suffolk goes to land fill in Suffolk. It may however go landfill in Cambs e.g. at Milton.

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Just wondering whether the guy seen on cctv walking through the bus station & then appearing on another camera is a chef. The White clothing below the jacket could be a chefs uniform. Just a wild guess though.

I immediately thought that as soon as I saw the picture, until I did a Google search on "chef's uniform". I now think the guy in the photo is wearing a shirt, with clear shirt tails: longer at the front (and back) and shorter at the sides. A chef's tunic is the same length all round.
 

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I immediately thought that as soon as I saw the picture, until I did a Google search on "chef's uniform". I now think the guy in the photo is wearing a shirt, with clear shirt tails: longer at the front (and back) and shorter at the sides. A chef's tunic is the same length all rountd.
Could they be a fireman/woman coming off duty? When I checked street view they appeared to be coming from the direction of the fire station? Could someone else have a look?
 

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I may be wrong but my understanding was that no household waste in Suffolk goes to land fill in Suffolk. It may however go landfill in Cambs e.g. at Milton.

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One side effect of this is the increased visibilty of Suffolk's waste policy. If I was a resident I'd be mighty annoyed if they'd been economical with the truth about whether rubbish goes to landfill.

As I've said before though the whole rubbish issue could do with some kind of wikiwasteleaks, I just can't fathom why it's not possible to get the basic facts about what goes where, when and how
 

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One side effect of this is the increased visibilty of Suffolk's waste policy. If I was a resident I'd be mighty annoyed if they'd been economical with the truth about whether rubbish goes to landfill.

As I've said before though the whole rubbish issue could do with some kind of wikiwasteleaks, I just can't fathom why it's not possible to get the basic facts about what goes where, when and how

You know that old saying "where there's muck there's brass". FCC appears to be a massive international company .

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One side effect of this is the increased visibilty of Suffolk's waste policy. If I was a resident I'd be mighty annoyed if they'd been economical with the truth about whether rubbish goes to landfill.

As I've said before though the whole rubbish issue could do with some kind of wikiwasteleaks, I just can't fathom why it's not possible to get the basic facts about what goes where, when and how

I've just done a FOI request to Suffolk Council to hopefully clarify some of these points. It won't help with understanding Biffa processes but may help in understanding what would have happened to the council bins Monday morning.
 

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Is it possible that it was a company other that Biffa that made collections that ended up in landfill by any chance?
 

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Does the UK not have a national police authority to assist? Seems the local police need some fresh eyes.
 

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Does the UK not have a national police authority to assist? Seems the local police need some fresh eyes.

We have the NPIA who I assume have had involvement to some extent.

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We have the NPIA who I assume have had involvement to some extent.

Looking that up, I found National Crime Agency (NCA). These people basically act much like FBI then. If a comparison can be made. They don't mug for the cameras much i suppose.
 

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Is it possible that it was a company other that Biffa that made collections that ended up in landfill by any chance?
The only other companies I have heard of are Veolia and Viridor. I think the former does pick-ups and the latter manages waste transfer stations.
 

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Looking that up, I found National Crime Agency (NCA). These people basically act much like FBI then. If a comparison can be made. They don't mug for the cameras much i suppose.

Yes this is a good way of looking at them. The UK FBI. They have this branch within the organisation: http://www.nationalcrimeagency.gov....pecialist-capabilities/missing-persons-bureau

The only reason I know of them is through the McCann case (when they were called NPIA) as it was through them that cadaver dogs were brought in.
 

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Is it possible that it was a company other that Biffa that made collections that ended up in landfill by any chance?

There was a veolia bin (I think). The rest were council bins


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The only other companies I have heard of are Veolia and Viridor. I think the former does pick-ups and the latter manages waste transfer stations.

Yeah Viridor does both. It would've been a blue lorry and bins


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Does the UK not have a national police authority to assist? Seems the local police need some fresh eyes.
I did a long post then lost it so I'll redo it in a shorter version then edit it.
SP have put in their updates that other constabularies have reviewed their procedures.
Thinking about this how did SP know to put a hold on the landfill? That was incredible foresight wasn't it?
In the early weeks they only knew about the recycling lorry which matched the phone pings and that lorry didn't go to landfill we were told but went to a sorting site and incinerator. So how would SP know to put a Cambs landfill site on hold? They had no evidence about general waste bins going to landfill on the Monday at that time did they? I think it is incredible if they did that without evidence.
 
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