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news.com.au 25 Nov, 2021 01:45 am

William Tyrrell: New police boss says no DNA evidence has been found in new search

William Tyrrell: New police boss says no DNA evidence has been found in new search
The incoming NSW Police commissioner believes her officers will find the body of William Tyrrell but — eleven days into a renewed search — she said no DNA evidence had been found.

There will be a big shift in the renewed search for William today as divers are expected to search a dam near to where he was last seen, while land forces will look at the site of a former riding school where the little boy’s foster mother drove to on the morning he vanished.Meanwhile, it has been revealed that one of the sites police are digging in the renewed search was a riding school for the disabled where William’s foster mother drove to on the morning the boy disappeared.Picture: NCA NewsWire / Peter Lorimer Six days after William vanished on September 12, 2014, his foster mother retraced her steps with police officers.The foster mother told police she drove down Batar Creek Road looking for William and stopped at a riding school to let a car behind her pass, taking a moment to make sure he wasn’t nearby.

William’s foster mother has emerged as a person of interest in the disappearance.Being a person of interest does not necessarily suggest William’s foster mother is a suspect.

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