William Tyrrell Update: William Tyrrell is a three-year-old Australian boy who went missing from Kendall, New South Wales, on September 12, 2014, when he was three years old. He had been playing with his sister at his foster grandmother’s house when he went missing, and he was dressed in a Spider-Man suit at the time of his abduction. Tyrrell is believed to have been kidnapped or kidnapped himself.
Despite extensive investigations, Tyrrell has not been found or his abductor(s) has not been identified as of the year 2021. On September 12, 2016, a reward of A$1 million was offered for the recovery of Tyrrell, and it was made clear that no arrest, charging, or conviction of any individual or group of individuals was required.
On September 11, 2014, William Tyrrell, three, his foster parents, and his five-year-old sister travelled four hours from Sydney to Kendall, New South Wales, to visit his foster mother’s mother. Approximately 35 kilometres (22 miles) south of Port Macquarie, on Benaroon Drive, is his foster grandmother’s home, which is direct across a bushland road from the Kendall State Forest. He was raised by his foster grandmother.
When Tyrrell and his sister were playing hide-and-seek in the front and back yards of their foster home on September 12th, his foster mother and foster grandmother were sitting in the front yard, keeping an eye on them.
Having gone inside to make a cup of tea, his foster mother became concerned after five minutes went by without hearing him. She went outside and looked around the yard before returning inside to find him. Shortly after, Tyrrell’s foster father returned from a business trip to Lakewood and immediately began searching the neighbourhood and knocking on doors of potential witnesses.
His foster mother called 000 emergency services at 10:56 a.m. to report him missing, and the police arrived at 11:06 a.m. to find him. Tyrrell’s foster mother’s last recollection of him was that he was running towards the side of the house, imitating a tiger’s roar (“raaarrrr”), and then there was silence and he had vanished. His mother attempted to locate him but was unsuccessful.
“Fake news,” according to the foster parents of missing boy William Tyrrell, who have dismissed reports of a breakthrough in his case as “fake news.”
In a statement, the couple, who asked not to be identified for legal reasons, said that a newspaper article, which was first published by the Daily Telegraph on Monday night, had only added to their family’s misery.
A new suspect, according to the report, has been identified by the NSW Police as a possible suspect in William’s disappearance, according to the report. According to the report, police had previously conducted an extensive interview with the subject, but they were now considering a different theory.