We are yet to find out what happened to William Tyrrell, the three-year-old who disappeared from his grandmother’s home in 2014, and the case remains one of Australia’s biggest unsolved mysteries. While the NSW Police have been relentless in their investigations, the latest updates on the case remain hard to come by. In this article, we will take a closer look at the latest developments in the William Tyrrell case.
Almost six years after William Tyrrell went missing, with no trace or clues as to his whereabouts, the case remains unsolved. In 2020, the NSW Coroner put a call out for anyone with information relating to William Tyrrell’s disappearance. While no one has come forward with any crucial information, NSW Police have continued to make progress on the investigation.
The latest update, live as of February 2021, is that investigators are searching for an important witness who might be able to provide more information into William Tyrrell’s disappearance. In addition, Police have asked for anyone who may have visited the William Street property on Wednesday 11th September 2013 to come forward with information.
- NSW Police have asked for anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000
- Those with information, photos or CCTV footage from the area around the William Street property between Tuesday 9th September 2013 and Thursday 12th September 2013 are asked to contact police.
- Alternatively, web-based information can be submitted via the NSW Police online form.
We hope this article has provided some helpful insight into the latest developments of the William Tyrrell case. It’s clear that the search for answers to this tragedy is far from over. We will continue to follow this case and report on any updates as they come.