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Corrie Mckeague disappearance
Corrie Mckeague was a risk taker whose approach to life was shaped by a shocking experience in his childhood, his mother has said.
Did this play a role in the 23-year-old's disappearance?
Police believe the RAF gunner was taken away by a rubbish lorry after falling asleep in a bin after a night out.
The mother of missing airman Corrie Mckeague said she would continue to battle to "get answers" for her son. Speaking after Suffolk Police handed the file to its cold case team because there were "no realistic lines of inquiry left", Nicola Urquhart said praised the hard work of the police.
The mother of the missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague has been on BBC Two's Victoria Derbyshire show.
Mr McKeague, was serving at RAF Honington in Suffolk, disappeared after a night out in Bury St Edmunds on 24 September 2016, when he was 23 years old.
Police have searched through the relevant part of a landfill at Milton outside Cambridge - working on the theory he had been in a refuse bin in Bury, which had been removed by binmen.
Suffolk Police has said this week that there were "no realistic lines of inquiry left", but they investigation would continue if new lines of inquiry or evidence emerged.
Nicola Urquhart, Corrie's mother, has been talking on the BBC show and said she did not believe the inquiry had run its course.
"You don't just stop because it's too difficult to find an answer," she said.