UK UK - Corrie McKeague, 23, Bury St Edmunds, 24 September 2016 #3

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  1. MidsummersDay

    MidsummersDay New Member

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    Perhaps the photo image sent to his brother was actually a photo image sent to a hookup site prior to meeting someone and the family just said that to save family embarrassment? It's very plausible.
     
  2. guruagain

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    You have to wonder if maybe the phone was dumped in the bin and headed to Barton Mills whilst Corrie was spotted (pink shirt) in a vehicle and that vehicle has been traced going eastbound from the Tesco roundabout and at some later time the car has been spotted but with no Corrie in it which is why they are now searching a small section of the A14?

    at the time of posting this is showing where traffic is restricted. https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@52.2422587,0.7326655,15.68z/data=!5m1!1e1
     
  3. soundssuspicious

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    But maybe he decided on a hook up after being ejected from the club....
     
  4. c4nd1_83

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    Just to clear up the 669

    A sexual position involving three adults.

    The position can be obtained by three males, one male and two females, or two males and one female.

    I wont go into it anymore as it grosses me out!! But this is what I got from Google...


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  5. MelmothTheLost

    MelmothTheLost Well-Known Member

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    Well, I hadn't thought of that angle but it would make sense of quite a few bits of information that haven't been making sense so far.
     
  6. soundssuspicious

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    If the police lice are searching a specific location, it's usually because they've been given information....
     
  7. guruagain

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    Two other young men have been missing from nearby (Rougham and Ipswich) since early November but looking for info on them there has been no massive appeals or news that i can find apart from the initial missing reports.
     
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    And also the fact they are only doing it for 1 day and along a small stretch indicates a tip off maybe?


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  9. Liz40

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    Do you know how far away from this area is the industrial site they are also currently searching?
     
  10. guruagain

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    I don't know where that is -Think someone said Lakenheath which is about 17 miles
     
  11. ChuckieD

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    I don't want to be graphic but that amount of food mixed with alcohol and gay sex sounds like a recipe for disaster if you catch my drift.....
     
  12. ChuckieD

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    And closing the road to search the grassland next to it doesn't make much sense, unless they know what is there maybe and don't want passing cars gawping at what's going on. Is it normal to close the road? I've not heard of it before.
     
  13. suzyjackson

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    I haven't heard of it either but maybe it's for safety of the searchers
     
  14. That's what I would think. They have closed sections of roads before while searching for Corrie - see this article from early October.

    "...and a section of the A1101 between the Fiveways roundabout at Barton Mills and Icklingham was closed while officers conducted further searches along it..."
     
  15. Warner

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    If it's pretty normal then why is no one else seen wearing one in the CCTV footage or descriptions of who was around the area at that time.
    I live in central London on a high street and most people in town at that time are people coming out of bars, clubs not dressed in hoodies. Yeah it's the kind of thing a teenager would wear but what's a teenager doing on the street at that hour, I'm pretty sure it's safe to say up to no good in some shape or form.
    I have to say, if I was to enter a secluded area for a pee and a person was in there with dark clothing and a hood up the last thing I'd want to do is get my "lad" out and have a pee.. but that's just me clearly :)
     
  16. Warner

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    I'm also bemused by some of the age descriptions of the teenagers hanging out. I mean how at that time of night can witnesses be so confident of their age range. Even in broad daylight I would struggle to see the difference between a 18 year old and 25 year old.
    I understand too that things are being probably withheld to protect Corrie. But I like to think we live in a day and age where descrimination, especially on lifestyle choices should not come into account, finding the truth is surely the most important issue here.
    But, I can see why people might make judgements if he was involved in the sex industry and why the family wouldn't want to disclose that. I personal couldn't give too hoots what he does but I think now it's becoming clear this wasn't just a night out and missing person on the walk home. I too have a feeling he is about to be found very soon.
     
  17. ChuckieD

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    Maybe he lives there and isn't 'out on the town' like everybody else. It's residential there too.
     
  18. Warner

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    oh and popping out to the bins at that time in your residential area with your hood up just as a man who has been missing for 7 weeks is there perfectly normal behaviour too? Pretty sure all the residents in that area know about Corrie. So if you are implying it's a resident why wouldn't they have come forward to say.. hey yeah I'm the guy being normal in my hoodie at that hour going into the bin area the same time as Corrie.
     
  19. ravenette

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    Maybe this person has already been eliminated. Maybe they were/are the missing piece of the puzzle. With so little info being released I'm finding it hard to even speculate.
     
  20. suzyjackson

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    I agree that bumping into anyone just when you planned to have a pee is probably going to make you want to zip back up but we'll have to agree to differ about the hood, people coming out of clubs are going to be dressed differently to people going about any other business in the middle of the night. We know the market was going to be shortly setting up and my bet would be that stallholders at that time in the morning would be pretty likely to have a hood or hat to keep warm.

    Unless/until we know there actually was a person this is a moot point anyway
     
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