BREAKING NEWS: Twist in William Tyrrell search as police DIVERS swoop on a rainwater tank at his foster grandmother’s home
A staff of police divers have returned to William Tyrrell’s foster grandmother’s residence to examine a rainwater tank.
A bunch of detectives discreetly left the principle search zone – 700m from William’s late foster grandmother’s residence in Kendall – about 1.30pm on Wednesday.
They then inspected the Benaroon Drive residence’s water tank with a digital camera. The tank is positioned straight beneath the property’s 5 metre tall verandah.
Final week, police revealed they have been investigating whether or not William fell from the balcony to his dying.
His foster grandmother’s home (pictured) the place William was mentioned to have been enjoying exterior earlier than he vanished
Whereas nearly all of the taskforce remains to be combing by huge swathes of bushland on the major search website on Batar Creek Highway, a handful of officers have been seen connecting a hose to the tank.
It’s not clear if the tank was drained within the preliminary seek for William when he disappeared seven years in the past on September 12, 2014.
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