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Private investigator starts search for missing Corrie

The 23-year-old's been missing for more than 3 months Credit: Family picture.

The family of missing RAF Honington serviceman Corrie McKeague has hired a private investigator to help in their search for him.

The 23-year-old went missing on a night out in Bury St Edmunds more than three months ago.

Despite numerous police searches, there has been no trace of him.

His mother Nicola Urquhart says she is trying to give police information they cannot get.

Corrie McKeague fund reaches £50,000 target

The crowdfunding page has reached its £50,000 target. Credit: Suffolk Police/JustGiving

A fund to pay for a private investigator to help find missing serviceman Corrie McKeague has topped its £50,000 target.

Corrie's mum Nicola Urquhart has expressed her gratitude to the 4,939 people who donated money.

Meanwhile Matt Goss, the lead singer of 80s pop group Bros, asked his followers to retweet a poster offering a reward for information about the gunner who went missing in Bury St Edmunds on September 24.


Woodland search for Corrie McKeague fails to turn up new leads

The Suffolk Lowland Rescue team briefing volunteers before the search Credit: ITV News Anglia

A search of woodland near Thetford organised by the family of missing Corrie McKeague hasn't turned up any new leads.

Volunteers joined the Suffolk Lowland Rescue team and managed to cover four of their six planned areas.

They'll now talk to the family about covering more land in the New year. Corrie has been missing now for almost 3 months, he disappeared after a night out in Bury St Edmunds on September 24th.

"Overall the search is considered as being successful, we've searched and cleared off many areas. It was logistically challenging, we had six areas and we cleared off four, with two others proving tricky under foot, we think those were 50% cleared. The team leaders are happy the volunteers searched well."

– Andy King, Suffolk Lowland Search & Rescue
Search teams scouring woodland near Thetford, Norfolk Credit: ITV News Anglia

The Suffolk Lowland Rescue Team, is run as a charity and they offered their services to Corrie's family for free.

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