One Million Dollar Reward For Information On William Tyrrell
Two years after his disappearance, NSW Premier Mike Baird and Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione have announced a reward of one million dollars for information into the disappearance of William Tyrrell.
William vanished from his grandmothers home on the mid north coast while he was playing in the front yard.
His mother went into the Kendall home to make a cup of tea, and returned to every parents worst nightmare to discover that William had vanished.
A huge search was undertaken but unfortunately William still remains missing.
It's been revealed that detectives have close to six hundred 'persons of interest' connected to the case, but now the unprecedented step has been taken to offer a large cash amount to help uncover fresh information.
Strikeforce Roseanne was created to help find William but unfortunately after two years authorities are still no closer to tracking him down.
Commissioner Scipione says "That's one million reasons why somebody that's out there, that knows what happens should come forward and talk to us, and do it soon"