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New Details Emerge In William Tyrrell Disappearance

If you caught 60 Minutes last night, no doubt you were probably in tears from the opener until the end.

The big story of the night was that it was a year since William Tyrrell disappeared and police and William's parents were still no closer to finding their little boy.

The 3-year-old is believed to have been taken from his grandmother's house in the NSW town of Kendall a year ago. He was wearing his favourite Spiderman outfit at the time, and seemed to have disappear without a trace.

However, in this special interview, police that have been working on the case since William initially disappeared have released new information on his disappearance.

William's mother believes that two cars were parked across the road on the morning of William's disappearance, which has been described as odd, as cars always park in driveways or on land as estates are so big in Kendall. Also, William’s nan lived on a road that was a dead end, so people who were there were there for a reason, it wasn't a road that you would simply drive down - there had to be a reason that you were travelling down that road. An in what was the most shocking revelation, police revealed that there have been over 400 reported sightings of William since he disappeared and more than one person of interest.

If you or anyone you know has any information to report, please contact crime stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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