People in CCTV images released in Corrie McKeague search not thought to be significant to police investigation

Handout CCTV still issued by Suffolk Police of four men in the entrance to Flex nightclub in Bury St

Handout CCTV still issued by Suffolk Police of four men in the entrance to Flex nightclub in Bury St Edmunds at about 1.16am on 24 September 2016, as detectives investigating the disappearance of RAF gunner Corrie McKeague have released CCTV images of people they want to speak to almost a year after he vanished. Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE - Credit: PA

Four people seen in CCTV images released in the search for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague have been identified - but are not thought to be significant to the police investigation.

Missing airman Corrie McKeague. Picture Archant library.

Missing airman Corrie McKeague. Picture Archant library. - Credit: Archant

It comes after one of the men came forward and identified himself following the appeal to the media.

He also gave names of the three friends he was with on the night and whose images were also issued. Police will speak to the three other males in due course.

Police understand there was a brief interaction ending on friendly terms between Corrie and the group.

'As there was no further contact after this they are not considered to be significant to the investigation as was stated yesterday,' a police statement said.


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A male and female identified in another image have come forward and identified themselves. The two people will also be spoken to in due course.

Corrie was reported as missing on the afternoon of Monday, September 26 after he failed to turn up for work at RAF Honington as planned.

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