William Tyrrell’s family have shared a renewed plea on the four year anniversary of the young boys disappearance.
Sharing on the Where’s William Tyrrell? Bring Him Home, Facebook page they wrote:
“Today marks 4 tragic years since we last saw little William. 4 years of heartache and 4 years of endless tears for everyone who held him dear – not knowing where he is or what has happened to him.
“Today also marks the gift of unending love, hope and support from across Australia and around the globe.
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“To all those who have cared; to all those who have supported William’s loved ones in our quest to find him; to the hundreds of volunteers; to the community of Kendall and Mid-North Coast; to the media, the individuals and organisations who have offered their undying support; to the SES and RFS, Bravehearts, Crime Stoppers NSW and to each and every member of the NSW Police Force; our sincerest thanks for not giving up on our boy.
“But most of all, to Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin and Strike Force Rosann, you have our complete trust and our deepest gratitude for your continued commitment to finding out what has happened to William. Our heartfelt thanks to you all.
“There is a $1Million reward for information that will lead Police to William – that’s $1Million reasons to make the call! Call Crime Stoppers NOW on 1800 333 000. Make the call!”
Police have also issued a statement on the anniversary of William’s disappearance.
“Investigators from the Homicide Squad’s Strike Force Rosann would like to acknowledge the continued strength and courage of William Tyrrell’s families today (Wednesday 12 September 2018), the fourth anniversary of his disappearance.
Over the past year, investigators have continued to explore lines of inquiry in an effort to find out what happened to William, including a large-scale forensic search.
Strike Force Rosann is engaged with the NSW Coroner and it is proposed an inquest will be held before Deputy State Coroner Grahame next year.
Her Honour has requested a brief of evidence, which will be provided by the year’s end.
The brief will cover various aspects of the investigation, as determined by the Coroner.
The inquest will be an opportunity to test information and evidence gathered by Strike Force Rosann and further the investigation.
This is another step in ensuring answers are provided to William’s loved ones.
William’s families have been informed of this development and have requested their privacy at this time.”
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