A new person of interest is set to be interviewed for the disappearance of William Tyrrell
The seventh anniversary of the disappearance of William Tyrrell from his Step-Grandmothers home is this Sunday. Seven long years with no answers as to his whereabouts. William was only three years old.
But there may be hope in solving the case of William Tyrrell. The Daily Telegraph reported that a suspect who was previously ruled out in Police investigations is now their primary person of interest. The person of interest is set to be re-interviewed by NSW Police.
A senior NSW police officer stated:
“It shines a totally new complexion on what investigators believe happened to William,”
NSW Homicide Squad’s Strike Force Rosann has been investigating William’s disappearance.
“The NSW Police Force remains committed to finding William Tyrrell with the Homicide Squad’s Strike Force Rosann continuing to conduct investigations into the circumstances surrounding his disappearance,”
Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty said in a statement in June to mark William’s 10th birthday.
Police do believe that William Tyrrell is dead. A coronial inquest into what happened to William Tyrrell was launched in 2019.
William went missing on September 12, 2014. Dressed in a Spiderman Costume, William was playing with his five-year-old sister in the yard of his Step-Grandmother’s home in Kendall, NSW.
Despite a mammoth search for what happened to William, no trace of him has ever been found. Police formed the opinion that his disappearance was the result of ‘human intervention’.
A $1M reward that leads to the recovery of William Tyrrell remains on offer.
We will keep you posted on this case.