Police Narrow Search For Missing Boy William Tyrell
No stone left unturned
Detectives investigating the disappearance of missing three-year-old William Tyrell remain confident the mystery will be solved.
It comes as police announced on Monday that over the coming two to three weeks, hundreds of officers, SES volunteers and members of the public will comb over the small town of Kendall, “hopeful” for some answers in light of “new evidence".
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Search teams spent yesterday clearing dense bushland and using mechanical sifters to go through the Kendall home garden on the state’s mid-north coast where the little boy was last seen more than seven years ago.
Meantime, a grey Mazda seized by Strike Force Rosann detectives at a home in Sydney’s south last Tuesday is undergoing forensic testing which is expected to take several weeks.
Leaving no stone unturned, Deputy Police Commissioner Mal Lanyon said they're exploring all lines of inquiry.
"We'll certainly release information on the investigation as its appropriate," he confirmed. "But can I say that the NSW police will not stop until such time as we've investigated every possible lead"
A $1 million reward is still available for information on William’s disappearance.
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