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news.com.au 21 Nov, 2021 07:45 am

William Tyrrell search: Expert’s warning over bad weather setback

William Tyrrell search: Expert’s warning over bad weather setback
As the first week of the renewed search for William Tyrrell’s remains concludes, investigators will be lashed by another week of rain and storms.

The search for William Tyrrell has been plagued by bad weather, and an insider has now revealed what it could mean for the investigation.As the first week of the renewed search for William Tyrrell’s remains concludes, investigators will be lashed by another week of rain and storms.The 45-year-old was part of the original search for William in 2014 and was also involved in the rescue of three-year-old Anthony “AJ” Elfalak in September this year.Search for William returns to Kendall Police have vowed to continue searching, despite the predicted downpour headed for the mid-north coast.

Police have continued their search into the disappearance of William Tyrrell, despite the rain.au that while the “rain can move the soils and shift things”, it could also help uncover potential evidence buried in the bushland, where police are searching.

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