Police have launched a fresh search on the New South Wales mid-north coast for clues into the disappearance of toddler William Tyrrell.
The three-year-old disappeared from the front yard of his foster grandmother’s home at Kendall nearly six years ago.
Crews including officers from the Dog Squad, Police Riot Squad and the SES scoured a property at Herons Creek.
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The property is about a 10-minute drive from where William disappeared from.
A person of interest in William’s disappearance lived in a caravan on the property at the time the toddler vanished.
Frank Abbott, a convicted child sex offender is currently serving 16 years in jail after being found guilty of 10 counts of sexual misconduct against three children.
Search crews scoured bushland near Kendall this afternoon looking for clues in the William Tyrrell case. I’ll have all the details from the scene at 5pm on @10NewsFirstSyd #WheresWilliam pic.twitter.com/WzwI3qQW8M
— Lia Harris (@LiaJHarris) June 22, 2020