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RAF pay tribute to Corrie McKeague at memorial service six years after gunner went missing


The RAF have today paid heartfelt tribute to former gunner Corrie McKeague who tragically died after clambering into a bin before being crushed in a waste lorry after a night out six years ago.

The 23-year-old airman, who was stationed at RAF Honington, disappeared in the early hours of September 24, 2016 after being ejected from a night club 10 miles away in Bury St Edmunds.  

He was last seen on CCTV at 3.25am entering a service area behind a Greggs shop but his body was never found. Two years later, in October 2018, Suffolk Police said they believed his body was at a landfill site in Cambridgeshire.

Suffolk and Norfolk police spent 137 days looking for Mr McKeague at the Milton tip and trawled through more than 7,000 tonnes of rubbish as part of a £2million investigation into his disappearance. However, no remains were ever found.

Tragically, the RAF gunner vanished before finding out that his girlfriend April Oliver was pregnant with their daughter Ellie-Louise, who was born a…



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