Suffolk Police Update 27 October 2017 Suffolk Constabulary can confirm that officers involved in the Corrie McKeague missing person inquiry have received the report following a review of the investigation. The review was conducted by the East Midlands Special Operations Unit. The report concludes that police have conducted a thorough, methodical and detailed investigation and explored all reasonable lines of inquiry with no new further leads needing to be pursued. The review also concludes that Corrie is most likely to be in the Milton landfill site and the review also supports the continued search of the eastern end of cell 22 at the Milton landfill site which began on Monday 23 October. Corrie Mckeague: Airman 'most likely in landfill site' 27 October 2017 Missing RAF airman Corrie Mckeague's body is "most likely" in a landfill site where a resumed search is under way, an independent inquiry says. [...] The inquiry by the unit, made up of specialist officers from five police forces, assessed whether there were any other lines of inquiry in the Mckeague case. It concluded police conducted "a thorough, methodical and detailed investigation and explored all reasonable lines of inquiry with no new further leads needing to be pursued". Mr McKeague's mother, Nicola Urquhart, said she has not yet seen the report but expects Suffolk Police to share its contents with the family at a later date. "They've said there are 14 recommendations... some of them might have already been carried out by now, or they may be under way, but Suffolk [Police] still need to be able to take a little time to be able to look through this," she said. Corrie Mckeague disappearance: Review finds Suffolk Police probe explored 'all reasonable lines of inquiry' 27 October 2017 Suffolk Police have conducted a "thorough, methodical and detailed investigation" into the disappearance of missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague, a report has found. [...] The report has been passed on to the force but won't be released due to it containing operationally sensitive material. Review Concludes All Reasonable Lines In Missing Corrie McKeague Case Were Explored 27 October 2017 A review has concluded that officers involved in the Corrie McKeague investigation were, thorough, methodical and explored all reasonable lines of inquiry. The review was conducted by the East Midlands Special Operations Unit to discover whether any other lines of inquiry should be looked into to uncover new information. The report, produced from the review, states that no new further leads needed to be pursued. It concludes that Corrie is most likely to be the Milton landfill site and that the continued search of the site is the correct action to take. [...] Suffolk Constabulary confirmed today that they had received the report, but that it would be not be released to the public due to it containing operationally sensitive material. [...] The East Midlands Special Operations Unit (EMSOU) is a collaborative team uniting specialist officers and staff from the regions five police forces (Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire) in tackling major crime, and serious and organised crime.