"This has resulted in us being provided with several pieces of information which we believe should assist with identifying a number of the people seen in the footage and this work is ongoing."
Police searching for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague say they have received useful information from members of the public.
Suffolk Police set up a 'pod' in Bury St Edmunds to view CCTV footage from the night the 23-year-old disappeared, in an effort to trace 20 people seen in the town.
Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott told Forces TV: "The police pod was very successful attracting a huge response from the local community and we are grateful to everyone who took the time to come and view the CCTV."
Corrie disappeared after a night out in the town almost 10 weeks ago.
The member of RAF Regiment 2 Squadron was last seen on CCTV walking along Brentgovel Street in Bury St Edmunds at 03:25 on 24 September.
Police say they have spoken to dozens of people and followed hundreds of lines of inquiry but continue to urge anyone with information to come forward.
They searched a bin lorry after analysis showed Corrie's phone had moved between Bury St Edmunds and Barton Mills on the morning he disappeared but failed to find the phone.
Last month they closed part of a road in the search but said "no new information had been revealed".
People are still being encouraged to come forward and anyone with information is urged to call the incident room on 01473 782019.