Police investigating the disappearance of RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague will be back in Bury Et Edmunds this weekend to mark a year since he went missing.
Officers will be manning a pod in the town centre over Friday 22 September- Sunday 24 September with the hope someone may come forward with new information.
The 23-year-old was last seen alive on a night out in the town.
Staff will be in the town centre where Brentgovel Street meets Risbygate Street (opposite ‘The Grapes’ pub) at the following times...
- Friday 22nd September: 9pm - 4am
- Saturday 23rd September: 9am-5pm
- Sunday 24th September: From midday
Suffolk Police said Corrie's disappearance will now be treated as a cold case as police say there are no "realistic lines of enquiry left".
Suffolk Police said Corrie's disappearance will now be treated as a cold case as there are no "realistic lines of enquiry left to pursue".
Suffolk Police are passing the investigation into the missing airman Corrie McKeague onto a cold case team.