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RAF Honington reported Mr Mckeague's disappearance to police on Monday, 26 September when he did not turn up to parade at 11:30 BST. The base would ordinarily report a serviceman AWOL but Mrs Urquhart said he was treated as a missing person straight away. She said this was partly because of heightened security after the attempted abduction of a serviceman close to RAF Marham in Norfolk in July, and also because Mr Mckeague's disappearance was "so out of character". Police first informed the media of his disappearance on Tuesday, 27 September and released CCTV footage of him in Brentgovel Street the next day. Here's what has happened since:
4 October: It is revealed that his mobile phone had been tracked moving 12 miles (19km) away to Barton Mills hours after he was last seen.
21 October: Further footage is released, showing his last confirmed sighting. 24 October: A driver reports seeing a man walking near the Hollow Road industrial estate on the day Mr Mckeague disappeared.
15 November: Part of the A14 near Bury St Edmunds is closed while police carry out a roadside search.
5 December: His grandparents Mary and Oliver Mckeague offer a "five-figure" reward for information leading to his discovery.
8 December: A crowdfunding campaign to hire a private investigator to search for Mr Mckeague raises £20,000 within two days and police release CCTV footage of 10 people they want to speak to.
7 December: Mr Mckeague's mother Mrs Urquhart offers a £50,000 reward, made possible by an anonymous local business couple.
9 December: Mrs Urquhart says she has "lost faith" in police over their search for her son. 16 December: Outgoing RAF Honington commander Gp Capt Mick Smeath speaks of Mr Mckeague's friends' hopes that he will be found.
17 December: A search organised by Mrs Urquhart takes place at an area of forest near RAF Honington.
20 December: Mr Mckeague's uncle Tony Wringe expresses anger over a seemingly bogus fundraising website set up in his nephew's name. More than 6,000 hours have been spent searching for Mr Mckeague and thousands of frames of CCTV footage trawled through.