Detectives hope to test evidence gathered since the three-year-old vanished from his grandmother’s yard

The case of the missing New South Wales boy, William Tyrrell, is to be handed to the coroner and an inquest proposed for next year.

On the fourth anniversary of William’s disappearance, NSW police announced that investigators have been speaking with the coroner and an inquest before deputy state coroner Harriet Grahame has been proposed.

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