Detectives searching for fresh evidence related to the disappearance of William Tyrrell have found a toy in bushland near the spot where the three-year-old went missing.
The toy was collected on the first day of a new four-week search near William’s foster grandmother’s home in Kendall, on the New South Wales mid-north coast, along with bags of other evidence.
Forensic experts are involved in the new search, but it is too early to determine whether the toy found is linked to William’s disappearance on September 12, 2014, ABC News reported.
A large search area was covered by Public Order and Riot Squad officers with rakes and sniffer dogs after the new search was launched on Wednesday.
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Police have warned William’s kidnapper to ‘come to us before we come to you’ as they launched the renewed search for the missing boy nearly four years after he vanished from his foster grandmother’s yard.
“I’d suggest you come to us before we come to you!”
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