- Oct 23, 2005
doesnt mention where found ie landfill/elsewhere ... i wouldve thought the phone back panel would be prime for fingerprinting ... although it does mention a protective case ... lumia 435s are not a popular phoneBits of the phone turned up in a bin lorry, didn't they?
*edit* - the back cover of a phone of the right type turned up close to where the last signal from his phone was detected but there was no conclusive forensic evidence as to whether or not it was actually his: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-suffolk-38568194
The family admitted he and his partner were actively into swinging, but denied he was gay or bisexual after the police revealed they had evidence that he was looking for men to have sex with on Grindr and other similar apps....
It does, yes.
He may have been lured down that back alley by gay-bashers. Or by a solitary psycho.
I now firmly believe he was abducted.
That is another possibility. Happens a lot more than you'd think.Personally, I wonder if he just decided to disappear. Coming to terms with his sexuality, having a pregnant (did he know?) fiancee, and a family who would have probably reacted very badly to his 'coming out' may have led him to just ditch his phone and walk away from everything. Only my idle musings, of course, and until proof of his existence or demise comes along, that's as good as anything.
I wondered that myself. I know it is completely wrong to judge by appearances but many of the photos of him that have been released, as well as some statements made by his family, suggest a somewhat er.. flamboyant character and it wouldn't be surprising if his sex life - whatever that may be - did play a big part in the disappearance. I also wondered if he was facing difficulties in the RAF either at the hands of his superiors or his peers. In summary my impeccable gaydar went PING!! the first minute I read about this case.Personally, I wonder if he just decided to disappear. Coming to terms with his sexuality, having a pregnant (did he know?) fiancee, and a family who would have probably reacted very badly to his 'coming out' may have led him to just ditch his phone and walk away from everything. Only my idle musings, of course, and until proof of his existence or demise comes along, that's as good as anything.
well that makes no sense, if true why was it even reported
new theories or lines of enquiry are a bit different, cant recall a mccann headline where the news was that unrelated items had been found off piste somewhereFor the same reason any theory about Madeleine McCann gets the front page, it is a popular mystery and it sells papers.
Corrie Mckeague: Airman 'most likely in landfill site'
- 27 October 2017
Image copyrightFAMILY PHOTO
Image captionCorrie Mckeague was last seen entering a bin loading bay in Bury St Edmunds
Missing RAF airman Corrie Mckeague's body is "most likely" in a landfill site where a resumed search is under way, an independent inquiry says.
Suffolk Police is searching for his body at the site in Milton, near Cambridge, after examinations were halted there in July.
East Midlands Special Operations Unit's inquiry supports the continued search.
Mr Mckeague disappeared in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, in 2016, after CCTV showed him entering a bin loading bay.
The inquiry by the unit, made up of specialist officers from five police forces, assessed whether there were any other lines of inquiry in the Mckeague case.
A woman and a man arrested on suspicion of murdering missing teenager Gaia Pope have been released by police while inquiries continue.
Gaia, 19, from Langton Matravers, Dorset, disappeared from nearby Swanage, where she had been staying, on 7 November.
Rosemary Dinch, 71, and her 19-year-old grandson, Nathan Elsey, both from Swanage, know Gaia.
Police made the arrests after searching two Swanage addresses on Monday.
Dorset Police said "extensive searches" would continue in the hope she was still alive.
Very local to one father of two girls of about the same age. All every odd. Was in Swanage a few days ago, posters everywhere. Poor kid.A troubling disappearance: Gaia Pope, 19, has gone missing, leaving behind essentials such as her phone and epilepsy medication.
Gaia Pope: Missing teenager murder suspects released
A Ms Dinch and her grandson were arrested on suspicion of murder, then released. Ms Dinch claims to have been the last person to see Gaia before her disappearance and described their meeting in detail.
'No others involved' in Gaia Pope's death
- 19 November 2017
Image copyrightGAIA POPE
Image captionGaia Pope was last seen in Swanage on 7 November
There were no injuries to suggest "any other person was involved" in the death of missing teenager Gaia Pope, police have said.
The 19-year-old's body was found on Saturday in a field near Swanage, 11 days after she was last seen.
Dorset Police is treating her death as "unexplained" pending toxicology results.
Three people were arrested on suspicion of murder as part of the investigation and released under investigation.
Det Supt Paul Kessell said: "The post-mortem examination has not identified any injuries to suggest any other person was involved in her death.