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A continuing search for William Tyrrell

Two years ago, people across our state and nation were stunned by the shocking news that three-year-old William Tyrrell had gone missing from his grandmother’s home at Kendall on the Mid North Coast. He hasn’t been seen since. Today, the NSW Government announced the state’s first ever $1 million reward for information that leads to his recovery.

For two years, his family has had to live every day not knowing what has happened to their little boy, not knowing if he is safe and loved and not knowing if they will see him again.

 

At the very least, they deserve answers. I have appealed to the person, or perhaps people, who know what happened to William, to find it in themselves to do the right thing and come forward with the information police need to bring him home.

 

Every resource has been given to the police investigation into William’s disappearance, and the reward that was announced today is another avenue to help bring William home.

 

This reward is unprecedented in NSW, and it shows how serious the Government is at ensuring NSW Police have everything they need to solve this case.

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