Detectives to conduct more searches for William Tyrrell

NSW Police are set to conduct more searches as they continue to investigate the 2014 disappearance of William Tyrrell.

William, aged 3-years-old at the time, disappeared from his foster grandmother’s property in Kendall on the NSW Mid North Coast.

He’s never been found.


Police will address the media at 10.30 am (AEDT) in Sydney today, expected to announce further searches in the mid-north coast area.

Despite years of searches and investigations turning up empty, detectives remain confident that they’ll be able to solve the case.

More to come.

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