Police are continuing work to trace missing Corrie McKeague, who was last seen in Bury St Edmunds in the early hours of Saturday 24 September.
Over the next few days a leaflet will be delivered to homes in the central Bury area encouraging residents to come forward with any information.
These will be distributed on possible routes from the last confirmed sighting of Corrie, as officers continue work to try to locate him.
The leaflet is designed to supplement the media appeals and poster distribution completed to date.
Officers are still making enquiries to trace all of those who were out in the town in the early hours of Saturday 24 and continue to work through CCTV footage to see if any information can be found about his whereabouts.
At this stage there is still not a clear line of enquiry as to what may have happened to him and officers continue to look at – and investigate – all possibilities.
Officers and police staff have gone through hundreds of hours of CCTV footage and continue to view images gathered from businesses and private sources in and around Bury for the morning Corrie disappeared.
Police are continuing to ask anyone who was there or anyone with information to come forward. Current enquiries are being made to identify all those walking or driving in the area, with officers trying to find anyone who was in the vicinity during Corrie’s night out and from 3am onwards.
Officers are also renewing calls for residents to check their gardens or any outbuildings.
At this time there are still no confirmed sightings of Corrie after 3.25am on Saturday 24 September in Brentgovel Street.
Anyone with information that may help is asked to call the incident room on 01473 782019.
Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers, anonymously if required, on 0800 555 111.
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