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WILLIAM’S PARENTS BREAK THEIR SILENCE

WILLIAM’S PARENTS BREAK THEIR SILENCE

The parents of three-year-old William Tyrrell have spoken publicly for the first time since his disappearance, making an emotional appeal for his return.

William vanished seven months ago from his grandmother’s home at Kendall on the mid north coast.

Legal restrictions have prevented his parents from speaking until now, and their identities are not revealed in the video.

His mother has begged for her son to be returned.

“Just give him back…take him to a church, take him to a police station, take him to school. Give him to someone, give him back,” she said.

Meanwhile police have also revealed that one line of inquiry relates to people they expect are involved in a paedophile ring.

About Renee Fedder

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Renee Fedder is a journalist and web producer for NBN News in Newcastle. She has worked for the company for the past three years, since completing a Bachelor of Communication at the University of Newcastle.

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    Why was it when he first disappeared the Catholic Priest friend of the family did not want his name published either.
    Are they frightened if their name or photos are published someone may have recognised them with the child. Get top Detectives on the job who are not so close to the family.

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