The father of missing serviceman Corrie Mckeague has said he will maintain his vigil at a landfill site until his son's body is found. Officers have been searching the site in Milton, Cambridgeshire, for more than five weeks. Suffolk Police are almost certain the 23-year-old ended up in a bin lorry after he vanished on a night out in Bury St Edmunds on 24 September. His father Martin, who has been camping near the landfill site, said: "It's heartbreaking to think when you are there, Corrie could be under foot."
The search for missing airman Corrie Mckeague is to continue at a landfill site for a further three weeks, police have said. The 23-year-old RAF gunner disappeared after a night out with friends in Bury St Edmunds in September. Despite a high-profile missing persons campaign, detectives revealed in March he may have ended up in a bin lorry. About 3,500 tonnes of waste has been searched at a landfill site at Milton, Cambridgeshire, in the last 10 weeks. In a statement, Suffolk Police described the operation as "so unusual".
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