Suffolk Police have announced that the investigation at the rubbish tip in Milton, Cambridgeshire, will continue because some of the waste has shifted from where it was originally deposited.
The 23-year-old, originally from Dunfermline, Fife, disappeared after a night out in Bury St Edmunds in September last year and is believed to be buried there after his mobile phone signal was traced to the site.
Police said today their probe at the tip will continue for “at least a further week” as they try to find Corrie.
A Suffolk Police spokesman said:
“….towards the edges of the area it has also been noticed that the waste may have naturally shifted from the place where it was originally deposited and the search has been extended into these areas which may still hold the answer to Corrie’s disappearance.
“Throughout the search, officers have found material that have indicated they are in the right area – finding waste that was clearly identifiable as being from Bury St Edmunds, and within the right time frame.”
Earlier this year Corrie’s girlfriend announced that the two of them were expecting a baby in this emotional interview:
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