Australia Deputy Coroner joins the search for William Tyrrell

11:57  03 july  2018
11:57  03 july  2018 Source:   smh.com.au

'It's another milestone without answers': Frantic bushland search for William Tyrrell carries on as his family mourn his seventh birthday

  'It's another milestone without answers': Frantic bushland search for William Tyrrell carries on as his family mourn his seventh birthday William was just three years old, playing in the yard of his foster grandmother's home on Benaroon Drive in Kendall, New South Wales, when he went missing in September 2014. A month-long search forensic search for William is into its third week, as volunteers help the Strike Force Rosann team look near where he went missing.© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A month-long search forensic search for William is into its third week, as volunteers help the Strike Force Rosann team look near where he went missing Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin said investigators' thoughts were with William's family.

William Tyrrell (born 26 June 2011) is an Australian boy who disappeared at the age of 3 from Kendall, New South Wales, on 12 September 2014.

EXPLAINER: The search for William Tyrrell resumes00:18:54. Police have confirmed a deputy state coroner will visit the search site in coming days, to monitor the police operation which, it is understood, could the groundwork for an inquest to be held into the boy’s disappearance.

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New South Wales deputy coroner Harriett Grahame has joined the dozens of investigators on the mid-north coast in the ongoing search for missing boy William Tyrrell.

Three weeks after police announced a "forensic" search for the little boy who was last seen playing in his Spiderman suit in his grandmother's Kendall front yard, Ms Grahame has joined investigators in the small town as they hunt for any clue to what happened.

Detectives investigating William Tyrrell's disappearance 'have identified FIVE suspects including a person of interest who lives near the new search area'

  Detectives investigating William Tyrrell's disappearance 'have identified FIVE suspects including a person of interest who lives near the new search area' A coronial inquest into the disappearance of William Tyrrell in NSW is set to start later this year, with police now frantically working to prepare their brief of evidence.Detectives investigating the disappearance of toddler William Tyrrell have reportedly identified five suspects including a person of interest.

William Tyrrell 's father says he's searched bushland with a shovel. William Tyrrell : "We've got numerous lines of inquiries, including persons of interest that we are going to fully exhaust before the matter goes to the Coroner " - Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin - NSW Police Homicide Squad.

Search form. Larry Carroll Deputy Carroll joined the Coroner 's Office in October 2006 after having served for 27 years in law enforcement.

Last week, a "high-risk" person of interest spurred police to search bushland in nearby Batar Creek, deviating from their original plan of focusing on bushland at the end of Benaroon Drive where his grandmother lived.

Ms Grahame on Tuesday made the journey to observe the 50 members of the Riot and Public Order squad continuing the back-breaking work of scanning the nearby bushland for any clue into William's disappearance.

She met with Strike Force Rosann leader Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin, who has previously flagged that a coronial inquest into William's death is a possible next step when the high-profile search is done.

William Tyrrell. © AAP IMAGE/NSW POLICE William Tyrrell. “The purpose of this is that if we present evidence to a court, whether coronial or criminal, [we can show] beyond reasonable doubt that William’s disappearance was the result of human intervention and not through misadventure," he told journalists in Kendall last month.

"Although four years have elapsed, police remain hopeful that there is still evidence to be found," Chief Inspector Jubelin said.

Police maintain that it was a need to hunt for forensic clues that bought them back to Kendall.

“I’m not going to say it was a particular piece of information that brought us here,” said Chief Inspector Jubelin.

“It’s reasonable to draw the conclusion that William’s disappearance was the result of human intervention and not misadventure.”

The search is expected to wrap up at the end of this week.

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