William Tyrrell updates: Search could last months as wet weather lashes Kendall

 William Tyrrell updates: Search could last months as wet weather lashes Kendall

Police have revealed the massive amount of potential evidence being examined as the renewed search for William Tyrrell enters its second week.

As the renewed search efforts surrounding missing boy William Tyrrell enter their second week, the major extent of potential evidence collected by investigators has been revealed.

Last week, hundreds of officers descended on the small down on Kendall where the three-year-old was last seen more than seven years ago.

William vanished from his foster grandmother’s home on Benaroon Dr in Kendall on September 14, 2014, with the boy last seen playing with his sister while wearing a Spider-Man outfit.

The renewed search efforts were initially expected to last up to three weeks, but a NSW Police spokesperson revealed to news.com.au it could now stretch out for months.

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller told the ABC investigators would continue searching the area until they “believe the job is…

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