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Post by Tony Bennett 14.03.20 18:21

Milo wrote:Be prepared to have NSW police descend upon you to interview every paedophile in the UK until they find one... rather than looking in a different direction in the William Tyrrell case. Although I do think that the Coroner has more brains than all members of the media put together. Peter Hyatt would have a field day with this investigation!

This looks like an intelligent report from 'The Australian'

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William Tyrrell inquest: stench of depravity but we’re none the wiser


CAROLINE OVERINGTON,  ASSOCIATE EDITOR
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8:17PM MARCH 14, 2020

The inquest into the disappearance of William Tyrrell resumed this week, and much of the evidence has been grotesque.

How else would you describe allegations of bestiality? A young mother from the mid-north coast had to stand up and tell the court, sitting in the NSW mid-north coast township of Taree, how she had seen a local pedophile using bones to coax her chocolate labrador, Buddy, into his caravan. She followed, and found Buddy up on the bed, “with his legs up and his tail up”. She was so appalled, she just ran. Who wouldn’t?

It’s terrible, and of course the testimony had everyone agape, and yet the question must be asked: what was the point? How was this relevant to the disappearance of William Tyrrell? The incident with Buddy occurred in 2015, but William went missing from the mid-north coast village of Kendall on September 12, 2014. And so, again, how does such evidence assist?

It seems, at first blush, designed to help define the pedophile in question, Frank Abbott, 79, as a reprobate, a pervert, a monster. But we already know that.

Abbott is serving 16 years for sex crimes against three small boys. He has a long association with the criminal justice system. He stood trial in the mid-1990s for the murder of Helen Mary Harrison, 17, who was attacked while riding her bike home, raped and bludgeoned to death.

The case was cold for almost 30 years before Abbott was charged. He was ultimately acquitted, and one of his neighbours has this week told the inquiry that he liked “bragging about how he got off a murder charge”.

Police have tried to find links between Abbott and the murder of Margaret Cox, who went missing from the township of Old Bar in 1996. She was also raped and bludgeoned to death. Abbott once did some work in Old Bar. This would seem designed to plant in the minds of the public the idea Abbott might be a serial killer who raped dogs and molested children, so maybe he also took William?

That’s gruesome speculation. Nobody has yet been able to link Abbott to William’s disappearance. Maybe that evidence is coming. We don’t know. Everyone wants to get somebody for this crime. In the meantime, the point of some of the evidence isn’t clear.

One example: a young man called Duane Gardoll came to court to talk about his father, a local sex offender called Anthony (Tony) Keith Jones. The counsel assisting the inquiry, Gerard Craddock, got Gardoll to go over some of the sad details of his life. Gardoll had nothing to do with his father for the first 15 years of his life, he said, but then his mother got back with him.

He described how he’d once found a box of syringes by his father’s bed, and his father told him he was addicted to speed from his long-haul trucking days. Gardoll told the court that he had, at one time, made a living by going to the bush with his father to search for burnt-out car to sell for scrap. He soon found out his father was “ripping me off”. “He was making big money, 100 bucks a day,” he said to a courtroom packed to the gills with senior counsel for whom the daily rate is … well, let’s not speculate.

Finally it emerged Gardoll had not seen his father on the morning of William’s disappearance. We know Jones got hopelessly drunk that day, so much so that he couldn’t get out of bed. A day or so later, Gardoll was surprised to hear his father say something like: “We should go and help look for that kid.”

Gardoll had wondered whether his father was joking because, honestly, the idea of Jones doing something for the community?

Gardoll hurried off to get some dirt bikes, thinking they’d be able to take them into the bush to join the search, and then he and Jones went to a local community centre to get a voucher for some petrol.

“But he used the money for longnecks,” said Gardoll, dejected. “He just got drunk.”

It was depressing, but, again, what was the point? To paint Jones as an awful human being? We already know he’s an awful human being.

A few weeks after William disappeared, Jones was convicted of the sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl.

He was also called to the stand this week. On day one of his testimony, Jones pushed and shoved photographers. On day two, he came jiving up the courthouse steps in a white hoodie emblazoned with the word “HARVARD” and earphones pumping out AC/DC.

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It made for good pictures, but this inquest is not meant to be entertainment.

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COMMENT by TB:  Very much like the Madeleine McCann case in that it looks like the NSW police for some reason seem to be searching frantically for a paedophile - anywhere - whodunnit

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Post by Jill Havern 07.09.21 10:24

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Mystery of ‘Aussie Madeleine McCann’ may finally be solved as cops reveal new suspect who ‘abducted and killed’ tot

POLICE in Australia have revealed a new suspect in the mysterious case of the missing boy dubbed 'Australia's Madeleine McCann'.

The bombshell new development comes just days before the seventh anniversary of William Tyrrell's disappearance.

William went missing in 2014

The investigation is now focusing on a suspect that had previously been ruled out by detectives.

William was just three years old when he vanished from his foster grandparents' garden on September 12, 2014.

He was in the care of foster parents and had been on a visit to the coastal town of Kendall, New South Wales (NSW) on the day he vanished.

His parents had gone inside to make a cup of tea while William and his sister played hide and seek outside.

When they returned five minutes later the toddler had vanished, with his disappearance becoming Australia's most high-profile missing child case.

But now NSW Police believe an unnamed individual is responsible for the boy's disappearance, The Daily Telegraph reported.

"It shines a totally new complexion on what investigators believe happened to William," the source said.

Police are now reportedly confident that the mystery will be solved and that the person in question will soon be confronted with the information found by detectives.

NSW Police would not confirm the report but said Strike Force Rosann detectives were not resting in the search for the little boy.

“The NSW Police Force remains committed to finding William Tyrrell and investigations by the homicide squad’s Strike Force Rosann, led by Detective Chief Inspector David Laidlaw, are ongoing,” the police said in a statement.

“Strike force detectives are continuing to conduct interviews, searches and other investigative activity, including those under coronial orders, as well as reviewing all material with the assistance of various experts.”

On Sunday, police stressed a $1million (£536,000) reward remained in place for anyone with information that could solve the mystery surrounding William's fate.

His disappearance has been compared with the mystery of Madeleine McCann, who vanished from her parents' holiday apartment in Portugal in 2007, aged three.

'DUTY OF CARE'
A police investigation into William's disappearance at the time flagged two suspicious cars seen parked on the street earlier that day.

Cops also believe two local convicted paedophiles may have met up on the day William went missing.

William's biological parents remained unaware for hours as their son was reported missing and a dramatic search for the three-year-old began.

After being told by cops his son was missing, the father, 33, said: “He’s f***ing what?”

The birth father told the inquest he blamed welfare authorities for his disappearance, saying: “They f***ed up."

He added: "The minister has a duty of care to keep him safe until 18."

No trace of William has ever been found or no person has ever been charged.

His disappearance has been compared to the missing case of Madeleine McCann

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16070271/mystery-aussie-madeleine-mccann-solved/

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Post by Verdi 15.11.21 12:23

NEW LEADS Cops cut down trees in fresh search for missing boy, 3, dubbed ‘Australia’s Madeleine McCann’ after ‘new information’

Aliki Kraterou

0:42, 15 Nov 2021Updated: 1:32, 15 Nov 2021

POLICE will cut down trees in a fresh search for a missing boy dubbed Australia's Madeleine McCann after "new information" came to light.

William Tyrrell was just three when he vanished in broad daylight from his foster grandparents' garden in 2014 in one of Australia's most high-profile missing child cases.

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William Tyrrell was only three when he disappearedCredit: NSW Police

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A new search has been launched in the case of missing boy William Tyrrell

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The boy vanished from his foster grandparents' garden in 2014

His disappearance sparked a frantic search but no trace of him has been found.

Now investigators are “hopeful” of finding physical evidence in a new search they will conduct starting on Monday morning, reported the Sydney Morning Herald.

The NSW Police Force said in a statement that more details will be given during a press conference at 10.30am local time.

According to the outlet new information has led to the search in an area that was not previously investigated in Benaroon Drive .

It comes after cops revealed in September they had a new suspect in the long-running mystery.

Detective Chief Inspector David Laidlaw, said further information had come to light after a review of materials gathered by investigators since William's disappearance seven years ago.

He said: “As our team continue to conduct inquiries and explore all avenues of investigation, our focus has been identifying if anything has been missed, or if there are any details – no matter how small – that need to be clarified.

“Police remain committed to finding out what happened to William, but our most important job here is to bring him home for both families.”

William was just three years old when he vanished while playing with his sister on September 12, 2014.

He was in the care of foster parents who took him on a visit to the coastal town of Kendall, New South Wales, on the day he disappeared.

His parents went inside to make a cup of tea while William and his sister played hide and seek outside.

When they returned five minutes later the toddler had vanished.

A police investigation into William's disappearance at the time flagged two suspicious cars seen parked on the street earlier that day.

At the time, William's biological parents remained unaware for hours as their son was reported missing and a dramatic search for the three-year-old began.

After being told by cops his son was missing, the father, 33, said: “He’s f***ing what?”

The birth father told an inquest he blamed welfare authorities for his disappearance, saying: “They f***ed up."

He added: "The minister has a duty of care to keep him safe until 18."

No trace of William has ever been found and no one has ever been charged.

A $1million reward for information about the missing boy remains in place since September 2016.

The case has been compared to the mystery of Madeleine McCann, who was also three when she vanished from her parents' holiday apartment in Portugal in 2007.

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Post by onehand 15.11.21 17:04

we will see, how long this is cited as a 'australian madeleine mccann' case in the british press, the police have their eyes for now on the foster parents, of the boy william tyrrell. 

so far it get more and more a case alike to that of madeleine, and many many others, just another child, that is likely gone by the actions of the people who had to care for him.
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Post by Verdi 16.11.21 0:16

Quite so!

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Post by Verdi 16.11.21 15:09

WHERE’S WILLIAM? Inside case of ‘Aussie Madeleine McCann’ as cops dig up foster grandmother’s garden where he was last seen 7 years ago

Aliki Kraterou

12:24, 16 Nov 2021Updated: 13:04, 16 Nov 2021

COPS hunting a missing boy dubbed Australia's Madeleine McCann are digging up his foster grandparents' garden.

Police have returned to the house in Kendall, New South Wales, where three-year-old William Tyrrell vanished seven years ago.

The disappearance of the boy has become one of Australia's most high-profile missing child cases as no one has ever been charged.

On Monday investigators announced they would launch a fresh search in the mysterious case after "new information" came to light.

Earlier today officers spent the day searching the garden and an area of bushland alongside a cadaver dog.

They also investigated a theory that the boy fell from the home's 16ft balcony, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

Investigators were seen spraying luminol, a substance that detects traces of blood, in the area directly below the balcony.

It comes as Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said there was one person of interest in the investigation but didn't add any other details saying he wouldn't want to “compromise any aspect of the investigation.”

“There is certainly one person in particular that we are looking closely at,” he told Sydney radio station 2GB.

“I’m confident that the team who has the investigation at the moment can solve it.

“Officers have been working tirelessly to get to this point where we are searching land, again using the best technology available,” he said.

“They inherited what was a bit of a mess and have really cleaned up that investigation and they have a clear strategy and one of those is going back to Kendall.”

It comes after it was revealed police would be taking two key suspects to court later this month, news.com.au reported.

It has also emerged that William’s sister has been removed from the care of her foster parents, the Sydney Morning Herald has reported.

The three-year-old boy was in the care of his foster parents when he disappeared while playing with his sister on September 12, 2014.

A police investigation into William's disappearance at the time flagged two suspicious cars seen parked on the street earlier that day.

A $1million reward for information about the missing boy has remained in place since September 2016.

Meanwhile, the outlet reports that 10 News journalist Lia Harris who interviewed the foster parents for her Where’s William Tyrrell? podcast said that police issued a subpoena for “everything that we had” regarding the investigation.

She told 2GB: “Everything I had uncovered in my research for the podcast, audio files, documents, everything, including those raw tapes of my extensive interviews with the foster parents.

“To me, it signalled that they had either taken a new direction or they had a new theory they were working on.”

Detective Chief Superintendent Darren Bennett told the media on Monday that the fresh investigation is expected to last two to three weeks and admitted that the officers were most likely looking for the boy's remains.

He said: “It’s highly likely that we, if we found something it would be a body. We are looking for the remains of William Tyrrell, no doubt about that."

“I’m not anticipating a swift end to the investigation by any means," he added.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16749359/inside-case-aussie-madeleine-mccann-cops-dig-garden/

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Post by Verdi 16.11.21 15:17

Police dig up garden where boy, 3, dubbed 'Australia’s Madeleine McCann' last seen

William Tyrell, who has been dubbed Australia’s Madeleine McCann, was just three years old when he disappeared from his foster grandmother's garden in in Kendall, New South Wales

ByAlice Peacock

14:55, 16 Nov 2021

Police are digging up the garden where missing boy William Tyrell was last seen 7 years ago, as they investigate whether he fell from a balcony at the property.

William, who has been dubbed Australia’s Madeleine McCann, was just three years old when he disappeared from the home in 2014.

That was seven years ago, and despite sparking one of Australia’s biggest manhunts there has been not a trace of the little boy since.

But police on the northern coast of New South Wales yesterday said they were looking for William’s body in a new search.

According to 9 News reports, hundreds of officers and dozens of Rural Fire Service volunteers are conducting a fresh search of the area surrounding the boy's foster grandmother's house, in Kendall.

Investigators are digging up the garden below a second-floor balcony and sifting through dirt, using a chemical that detects traces of blood, while they look for clues as to what happened to William.

This morning, NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller told 2GB that he was “confident” the team who had the investigation at the moment could solve it.

When asked whether detectives were focusing on anyone of interest, Mr Fuller added: "My understanding is, from the investigators, is that there is certainly one person in particular that we are looking closely at."

This morning, NSW Police Minister David Elliot also said he had confidence in the investigators.

"Police wouldn't be deploying these resources, wouldn't be putting this energy into a search of this magnitude, unless they were confident they would be able to get at least some extra information relating to the disappearance of William," he said.

According to 9 News reports, Police and Rural Fire Service volunteers were expected to be deployed in the search for two to three weeks.

"We've got an excellent Rural Fire Service here in NSW," Mr Elliott said.

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Detectives have launching a new search for the remains of missing boy William Tyrrell, seven years after he disappeared ( Image:
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"They are experts in managing the ground, in identifying any soil that may have been moved, in any ground that's been disturbed, and that's what they are looking out for."

Reports from news teams at the scene described the search as being “very focused” with searches focusing on bushland on the road on Batar Creek Road Kendall, on the corner of Cobb and Co Road.

"This is an area that has now become the centre of attention. There are three locations here that are of significant interest to the police."

Among the investigators were specialists including an archaeologist and a specialist in human remains.

Detective Chief Superintendent Darren Bennett, from NSW Police, yesterday would not answer questions as to whether police had received a tip-off, or a human source was involved in the decision to launch the new operation.

However, he made clear that the search would focus on new areas and go underground, as well as involving “special assistance” and new technologies.

"It's highly likely that if we found something, it would be a body," he said. “We are looking for the remains of William Tyrrell, no doubt about that."

The search was being guided by “the holistic nature of a number of pieces of evidence”, Chief Superintendent Bennett added, which police thought provided them with the best chance of finding him.

William was dressed in a spiderman costume when he vanished in broad daylight on September 11, 2014, while out playing hide-and-seek in the safety of his foster grandmother’s garden.

William’s foster parents had taken him and his five-year-old sister for the three hour drive to visit his foster grandmother at her house on the edge of a forest in Kendall, on New South Wales’ north coast.

The next day his father left to find a better signal for his business call, and his mother and grandmother say in the sun drinking tea while watching William, wearing his favourite spiderman costume, and his sister play hide and seek in the garden around the house.

At around 10.30am the women went inside to make more tea, and when they returned five minutes later he was gone.

The last thing his mother remembers is hearing her son imitating a tiger’s roar while running down the side of the house to hide.

Police have put pressure on several suspects in the years since William’s disappearance, but each person has been eventually ruled out.

It has today been revealed that William’s sister has been removed from their foster parents’ care.

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Police close in on new person of interest in William Tyrrell disappearance | ABC News

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Post by Verdi 17.11.21 12:15

If there be a remnant of truth in this reportage, it's getting very interesting.

Perhaps we should start to take the Madeleine McCann connection more seriously - bet there's not much buoyancy down town Rothley today..

HIDDEN CLUES Bizarre underground clue that could lead cops to ‘Australia’s Madeleine McCann’ as they dig foster grandmother’s garden

   Adriana Elgueta

   10:28, 17 Nov 2021Updated: 10:54, 17 Nov 2021

A BIZARRE underground clue could lead cops to finding out the fate of "Australia's Madeleine McCann" as they dig up his grandmother's garden.

Three-year-old William Tyrrell vanished in 2014 with no trace of him ever been found and no person ever been charged.

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Forensics have been at the house overnight on Tuesday sifting through the soil

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The presence of blowflies may indicate that there was decomposing body thereCredit: PA

Forensics in New South Wales are searching for any indication of human remains in the garden of the boy's foster parents, after they were charged in connection with an alleged assault of another child.

There is no suggestion that they are guilty of William's disappearance but the boy's foster mother has now become a suspect in the case,

Her car, which belonged to William's foster grandmother at the time of his disappearance, has been seized for examination by forensics who are also searching a second-storey balcony following a theory the boy may have fallen to his death.

William was in the care of foster parents who took him on a visit to the coastal town of Kendall on the day he disappeared.

His parents went inside to make a cup of tea while William and his sister played hide and seek outside.

When they returned five minutes later the toddler had vanished.

A police investigation into William's disappearance at the time flagged two suspicious cars seen parked on the street earlier that day.

At the time, William's biological parents remained unaware for hours as their son was reported missing and a dramatic search for the three-year-old began.

Despite seven years having past since the little boy was last seen, detailed information can still be collected from the ground, it's been revealed, particularly if it contains evidence of animal larvae, according to forensic scientist from Murdoch University Paola Magni.

While insect activity would have been at its highest in the early stages of human remains being detected in the environment, evidence of such activity could be found long after, Dr Magni said.

“The cocoons of flies can stay in the environment for a very long time. There are cocoons, or pupa cases, that you can find in the environment of Egyptians, so centuries after [a body is buried],” she told news.com.au.
BLOWFLIES SIGNAL ORGANIC MATTER IN SOIL

“They can still provide information,” Dr Magni said, adding detectives may need to bring in a forensic entomologist to investigate the prevalence of pupa cases in the area.

Insect pupae would be incredibly valuable if found because they can indicate historic presence of organic matter in the soil, even if there are no remaining visible traces, Dr Magni said.

“With carrier insects you have blowflies and maggots, but when the maggots become blowflies, there is a metamorphic period they spend in a pupa case, and that case can be in the soil,” she said.

“Normally they should not be there, so if you find that in a search, it could be something interesting to consider.”

Blowflies would typically only be in the area if there was a source of food such as a decomposing body, Dr Magni added.

Insect analysis was one of several techniques available to detectives working to find William, who vanished from the property in 2014 when he was three.

Photos released this week showed officers using giant sieves to filter through soil, which forensic expert Professor David Ranson said was typical when searching for remains.

Other methods including aerial photography and heat detection devices, as well as analysing vegetation regrowth and changes, ground contour changes, and changes to soil colours, were likely being used to find a potential site of interest.

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The foster parents have been charged - but not in connection to WilliamCredit: PA

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They believe they are close to finding out what happened to himCredit: PA

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Post by onehand 17.11.21 13:21

if they have the right track this time, would we get the news those people, or person just followed a tried and tested script. 

milo was 2 years ago certainly right, a awful lot of pieces in this puzzle have we seen used before, in the case of madeleine mccann. still another case, meaning differences, but how much could have been copycat.

at least the standard source, or family friends with the message from rothley  are gone from the articles.
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New theory in William Tyrrell investigation | 7NEWS

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Police probe new theory in Tyrrell case, PM to invest in quantum technology | 9 News Australia


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Latest developments in William Tyrrell case | 9 News Australia

Nov 17, 2021



Foster-grandmother's car may have been used to transport William Tyrrell's body | ABC News

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Post by Jill Havern 20.11.21 17:41

DIG FOR CLUES 
Mystery bag found in search for missing three-year-old William Tyrell as cops say his remains will be uncovered

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16:54, 20 Nov 2021

COPS searching for missing three-year-old William Tyrrell have found a mysterious bag they believe could lead to finding the young boy's remains.

William - whose been dubbed "Australia's Madeleine McCann" - vanished in broad daylight from his foster grandparents' New South Wales garden in 2014.

Cops now believe an old hessian bag found buried in William's late foster grandmother's home could provide a clue to the boy's whereabouts.

Cops unearthed the green nylon bag this week while searching one of three new locations and said it could take months to find his remains.

The vital piece of evidence was discovered near a tree trunk which was marked as a point of interest by anthropologist Dr Penny McArdle.

It's the sixth clue police have found since raiding the property on Monday.

A police spokesman said investigators are removing 15-30cms of dirt "over the entire one kilometre square dig site" and remain confident William's body "will be in there".

The spokesman added: "Between half a foot and a foot down and once they get down through the top soil into the orangey clay they know that's well into seven years down.

"They are scraping back seven years of dirt."

It comes as cops uncovered two pieces of fabric earlier in a creek-bed near the property.

According to the Daily Mail, one piece was a blue-coloured strip of fabric around 8cm X 8cm.

A NEW SUSPECT
Cops have been scouring the New South Wales property for new clues weeks after revealing they had a new suspect in the long-running mystery.

Detective Chief Inspector David Laidlaw said further information had come to light after a review of materials gathered by investigators since William's disappearance seven years ago.

He said: “As our team continue to conduct inquiries and explore all avenues of investigation, our focus has been identifying if anything has been missed, or if there are any details – no matter how small – that need to be clarified.

“Police remain committed to finding out what happened to William, but our most important job here is to bring him home for both families.”

William was just three years old when he vanished while playing with his sister on September 12, 2014.

He was in the care of foster parents who took him on a visit to the coastal town of Kendall, New South Wales, on the day he disappeared.

His parents went inside to make a cup of tea while William and his sister played hide and seek outside.

When they returned five minutes later the toddler had vanished.

William's biological grandmother - who has not been named - told local news the investigation has been "shambolic".

She said: "The foster care people, they knew everything and we knew nothing.

"We were just having a little picnic - out jumps the foster care mother… and starts giving the kids lollipops and Kinder Surprises.

"So she was just like watching what's going on.

"My son used to always say he was too scared to love his kids… he was too scared to love them for an hour of supervised visits.

"He's not alive. I knew he wasn't alive for the last seven years. So, I'm just scared."

Police said William's foster parents are persons of interest and are offering a £538,000 reward for new information.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16796400/bag-found-in-william-tyrrell-search/

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Post by Verdi 22.11.21 12:39

Huge amount of potential evidence being examined in William Tyrrell search

Police have revealed the massive amount of potential evidence being examined as the renewed search for William Tyrrell enters its second week.

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November 22, 2021 - 12:33PM

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As the renewed search efforts surrounding missing boy William Tyrrell enter their second week, the major extent of potential evidence collected by investigators has been revealed.

Last week, hundreds of officers descended on the small down on Kendall where the three-year-old was last seen more than seven years ago.

William vanished from his foster grandmother’s home on Benaroon Dr in Kendall on September 14, 2014, with the boy last seen playing with his sister while wearing a Spider-Man outfit.

The renewed search efforts were initially expected to last up to three weeks, but a NSW Police spokesperson revealed to news.com.au it could now stretch out for months.

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller told the ABC investigators would continue searching the area until they “believe the job is done”.

He revealed 15 tonnes of soil and other pieces of potential evidence have been taken from the search site along Batar Creek Rd and near the Benaroon Dr home to undergo forensic examination.

“If you think about 15 tonnes of soil being moved into a clandestine lab, there could be weeks and weeks of searching through that before we have any answers,” Commissioner Fuller said.

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Police have searched less than 20 per cent of the 1.5 square kilometre area, though it is understood some areas will be more difficult to search than others.

Rain drenched the area over the weekend, with more wet weather forecast for the rest of the week.

While police have said they will continue their search “rain, hail or shine”, a leading criminologist has warned wild weather could still hamper search efforts.

Speaking to Sunrise on Monday morning, Dr Xanthe Mallett said the rain could “hold things up temporarily” but that wouldn’t stop police from continuing the search until they have combed over the area “in depth”.

On Friday officers drained a creek along the Batar Creek Rd search area, but with the heavy rain, it will likely need to be drained a second time.

“They will obviously have to wait until the rain stops and have to take the water out and then continue the search, something will hold things up for a few days,” Dr Mallett said.

Police have moved from William’s now-deceased foster grandmother’s former home and are now focusing their efforts on an area of bushland just under a kilometre away.

Police, with the help of RFS and a group of experts, have been clearing trees and sifting through dirt along Batar Creek Rd in the hopes of finding any evidence that could shed light on what happened to William all those years ago.

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Multiple pieces of potential evidence have been bagged and taken away for testing by investigators.

The latest, a small piece of fabric of unknown colour, was found over the weekend along the Batar Creek Rd search area.

Other pieces of fabric have been discovered in the area, with all of the samples taken to Lidcombe for testing.

It could be days before the test results are returned, with a police spokesperson telling news.com.au investigators won’t rule anything out until the results are received.

Last week, investigators were seen comparing a piece of material to a sample of a red and blue Spider-Man suit – the same outfit William was wearing when he disappeared.

Authorities have been meticulously sifting through the soil, using both an electronic sifter and their hands to search through the dirt for any clues.

Forensic experts, archaeologists and forensic anthropologists have advised officers to dig to a depth of about 15cm, with a police spokesperson saying anything beyond that is likely “too old”.

Rain could be a blessing in disguise

While many have feared heavy rain and storms could hamper search efforts, survivalist expert and bush tracker Jake Cassar said there is a chance the wet weather could prove to be helpful.

The 45-year-old was part of the original search for William in 2014 and was also involved in the rescue of three-year-old Anthony “AJ” Elfalak in September this year.

Mr Cassar told news.com.au that while the “rain can move the soils and shift things”, it could also help uncover potential evidence buried in the bushland, where police are searching.

“If it’s really heavy rain it could shift the soils which can be advantageous in the way of uncovering certain things,” he said.

In a worst-case scenario, however, Mr Cassar feared it could set the search back to “square one”.

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“When you’ve got this kind of rain coming down, it could fill in some of the areas that they’ve been working on,” he said.

“It could also cover things up and put a thick layer of soil or mud over the top of areas.”

Despite this, he said authorities would be experienced in dealing with rain during mass excavations, like the one NSW Police are currently undertaking.

“That wouldn’t be the first time they’ve encountered rain when it comes to a dig,” said Mr Cassar.

“They’re out and about doing this kind of thing all the time.”

Police probe new theory as car seized

On Tuesday, officers were seen searching the area below the balcony of the Benaroon Dr home where William was last seen, with investigators removing plants and sifting through soil from the garden bed.

A cadaver dog was also taken through the garden area and officers sprayed luminol, a substance used to detect trace amounts of blood.

According to multiple reports, police were investigating the theory that William may have fatally fallen from the balcony of the home.

Police confirmed last week that there was “no doubt” officers were looking for William’s remains.

On Thursday, the focus was moved to the garage of the home, with AFP officers using a hi-tech radar to scan the concrete floor.

The AFP’s Forensics Imagery and Geomatics team used the ground penetrative radar to search for any disturbances or anomalies in the soil beneath the concrete slab.

It was later revealed the results had returned “clean data”, with a police spokesperson saying there was “nothing that would indicate any abnormalities of interest to the investigation”.

Examinations are also underway of a car that belonged to William’s now deceased foster grandmother at the time of his disappearance.

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Police revealed on Wednesday that the vehicle, a silver Mazda hatchback, was seized from a home in Gymea, in the Sutherland Shire, under a coronial order on November 9.

It is being held in a secure facility where forensic examinations and analysis are underway – a process detectives say will take “several weeks”.

News.com.au understands police are investigating whether the vehicle was used to move William’s body after his death.

The person who had ownership of the car at the time it was seized is not believed to be related to the disappearance of the three-year-old in 2014.

The car seizure comes as William’s foster mother has emerged as a person of interest in the investigation. No charges have been laid.

She has strongly denied any involvement in or any knowledge of William’s disappearance and there has been no evidence found to contradict those denials.

https://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/news/renewed-search-for-william-tyrrell-could-stretch-on-for-months/news-story/4e9be10be0bfc4a8ba53dcab251a51eb


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Missing boy, William Tyrrell’s foster mother faces stalking charges
The foster mother of missing boy William Tyrrell will face court later this month after being hit with fresh charges.

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April 11, 2022 - 9:47AM

The foster mother of missing boy William Tyrrell has been charged by NSW police with stalking offences.

It comes just two months after the woman was charged with a separate count of common assault.

According to The Australian, a court has previously heard that the foster mother intended to have the assault charges dealt with under the Mental Health Act and medical assessments had been undertaken.

Both foster parents also pleaded not guilty to separate assault charges laid in November 2021.

All of the charges are unrelated to the three-year-old boy’s disappearance from his home in Kendall on the state’s mid-north Coast eight years ago.

The 56-year-old woman, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, was charged on Friday.

NSW police said they could not provide a comment because of non-publication orders.

Police began a renewed search to find the missing boy last year in three areas surrounding his home.

Police reported that Tyrrell’s foster mum and late foster grandmother were being treated as persons of interest in the little boy’s disappearance in November.

The foster-parents have maintained their denial of any wrongdoing and no charges have been laid against them in relation to Tyrrell vanishing.

The woman will appear in court on April 29.

https://www.news.com.au/national/crime/missing-boy-william-tyrrells-foster-mother-faces-stalking-charges/news-story/f7f37c12843f50db0c5b61c3eb805a7e

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Post by onehand 11.04.22 18:22

the daily mail had it yesterday also, and see; no aussie madeleine mccann, or case similar to madeleine mccann to see anymore. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10704797/William-Tyrrells-foster-mum-hit-new-stalking-intimidation-charge.html?fbclid=IwAR2OO4wrjw5T-6UU8raYs9p3ldEyrBWn3_OQKJS6oOEsHEiQqPSuQKmoNEE

just as it looks more and more to be reaching the status as a very similar case, they lost their usual quotations.

no sources from rothley, no aussie maddy.  

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Post by CaKeLoveR 11.04.22 18:25

There seems to be one similarity - a small child surrounded by awful people?
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Post by sharonl 18.06.22 10:40

NEW CLAIMS - Shock twist in case of ‘Australia’s Madeleine McCann’ as chilling new details emerge 8 years after boy, 3, vanished

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/18924533/shock-twist-australias-madeleine-mccann-chilling-new-details/

CHILLING new details have emerged eight years after a three-year-old boy vanished in a mystery case dubbed "Australia's Madeleine McCann".

Little William Tyrrell disappeared in broad daylight in 2014 in one of Australia's most high-profile missing child cases.

Eight years later, no trace of him has ever been found and no one has been charged.

William disappeared while playing with his sister on September 12, 2014.

He was in the care of foster parents who took him on a visit to the coastal town of Kendall, New South Wales, on the day.

His parents went inside to make a cup of tea while William and his sister played hide and seek outside.

When they returned five minutes later the toddler had vanished.

It's now emerged William's foster mother kicked a girl, hit her with a wooden spoon and suggested if a child defecated on the floor, she would rub her face in it, police will allege.

William’s foster father is also accused of “grabbing” the girl’s neck, according to The Australian.

The explosive allegations have been made public after a court order was lifted following an appeal by lawyers representing the media.

William’s foster parents - who cannot be identified - were charged with the alleged assault of the girl in November last year.

The youngster's foster mother has also been charged with stalking, intimidation and another assault charge.

His foster father also faces charges of stalking and intimidation.

William's foster mother will appear in court in Sydney on June 30.

Cops said she has been named as a person of interest in the young boy's disappearance - but she denies any wrongdoing.

Her car, which belonged to William's foster grandmother at the time he vanished, was seized for examination in November last year.

Detectives also searched a second-storey balcony following a theory the boy may have fallen to his death.

Forensics specialists in Kendall, New South Wales, also searched for human remains in the garden of William's foster grandparents.

Photos released showed officers using giant sieves to filter through soil, which a forensic expert said was typical when looking for human remains.

A police investigation into William's disappearance at the time flagged two suspicious cars seen parked on the street earlier that day.

At the time, William's biological parents remained unaware for hours as their son was reported missing and a dramatic search for the three-year-old began.

The case has been compared to the mystery of Madeleine McCann, who was also three when she vanished from her parents' holiday apartment in Portugal in 2007.

In September last year, cops revealed they had a new suspect in the long-running mystery.

Detective Chief Inspector David Laidlaw, said further information had come to light after a review of materials gathered by investigators since William's disappearance.

He said: “As our team continue to conduct inquiries and explore all avenues of investigation, our focus has been identifying if anything has been missed, or if there are any details – no matter how small – that need to be clarified.

“Police remain committed to finding out what happened to William, but our most important job here is to bring him home for both families.”

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Post by CaKeLoveR 18.06.22 15:15

'Bring him home for both families'??? Not one of them should been allowed anywhere near him.
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Post by Verdi 18.06.22 16:23

As with the situation Madeleine McCann finds herself in [sic sick ], if William should by some miracle be found alive he would be fast approaching teenage - he would have a say in his future.

It isn't an automatic result of a missing child to be returned to the custody of the parent/s.

With fifteen years of media and press coverage and the internet as a contemporary source of information, would Madeleine McCann wish to be returned to her parents?

I doubt it ....

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