New South Wales Police are set to launch a fresh search for missing toddler William Tyrrell on Wednesday.
William then aged three, disappeared in September 2014, while playing in the front yard of his grandmother’s house at Kendall on the New South Wales mid-north coast.
Hundreds of locals and emergency services spent ten days searching local forests and creeks for William, but to no avail.
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In 2016 on the second anniversary of his disappearance, a $1 million reward was announced for information leading to his recovery.
Police will begin a four-week forensic search of bushland in Kendall on Wednesday in a bid to uncover any evidence about William’s disappearance.
It’s understood the area Police will focus on has been searched before.
Police will address the media this morning before the search gets underway.
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