Police investigating the attempted abduction of a serviceman at RAF Marham in Norfolk have received more than 500 calls from the public.

It comes a month on since the attack which happened on Squires Hill while the serviceman, aged in his 20s, was out running.

Public appeals and the release of e-fit images of the suspects, resulted in about 550 calls from the public.

Despite a significant response from the public, there have been no confirmed sightings of the suspects who remain outstanding.

A 60-strong team of detectives, 50 from the Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team and 10 from the Metropolitan Police Service Counter Terrorism Command, are working on the case.

I stated from the outset this would be a lengthy enquiry due to the remoteness of the location and sporadic nature of CCTV in the area. This means we’ve had to widen our search and naturally this work, when done thoroughly, takes time.

Detective Superintendent Paul Durham