Police say four-week search a change of tack in investigation that had focused on finding boy alive
Police have renewed their efforts to find missing toddler William Tyrrell. Four years after he disappeared, police have announced they will begin a four-week search of bushland at Kendall on the New South Wales mid-north coast on Wednesday.
William was three when he disappeared from his grandmother’s home in Kendall near Port Macquarie in 2014. Despite an exhaustive search and $1m reward for information leading to his discovery, police have been unable to break open the case.