The hunt for blank RAF gunner Corrie McKeague has started again at a opposite area of landfill.
McKeague, 23, went blank after a night out last year, while his partner was profound with their child.
Police trust he competence have depressed defunct in a bin after celebration and been ecstatic to the landfill in a balderdash lorry, as his phone followed the same route.
But a five-month hunt of a landfill site was called off in Jul after no justification of his physique was found.
The latest search, likely to take around 4 to 6 weeks, will combine on an area next to the site of the progressing search.
Diggers and police in high-vis jackets could be seen at the site in Milton, Cambridgeshire today. Officers were seen scouring the area as a digger changed the rubbish.
Mr McKeague, from Fife, Scotland but formed at RAF Honington in Suffolk, was last seen on CCTV at 3.25am on Sep 24 last year, walking by Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk after a night out with friends.
Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott said: ‘Throughout this severe review we have remained committed to following all reasonable lines of exploration in the attempts to learn what has happened to Corrie.
‘Confronted by the variances in the way rubbish can be deposited and by serve review we can't bonus the probability Corrie may be elsewhere in Cell 22.
‘Therefore, we trust the decision to extend the hunt area is the scold one.’
A bin lorry was held on CCTV nearby Brentgovel Street in Bury St Edmunds around the time Mr McKeague was last seen.
It took a track which seemed to coincide with the movements of his phone.
The bin lorry related to Mr McKeague’s disappearance was primarily suspicion to have collected a 24lb (11kg) load, but police pronounced it was after found to be some-more than 220lb (100kg).
Mr McKeague’s girlfriend, Apr Oliver, announced in Jun that the blank serviceman had turn a father with the birth of their daughter.