Police call off search for William

Written By Unknown on Minggu, 21 September 2014 | 20.01

Police have stopped searching for NSW missing toddler William Tyrell and will now focus on an investigation.

POLICE have stopped the search for missing toddler William Tyrell on the NSW mid-north coast.

About 70 police and volunteers finished the marathon operation in dense scrub on Sunday, and authorities will now focus on information they have received regarding the boy's disappearance from his grandmother's home in Kendall.

Investigators are looking at "human intervention" as a possible reason behind William's disappearance.

PWilliam Tyrell, 3 / Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

Police may carry out intermittent sweeps of the area around Benaroon Drive, where he was last seen dressed in a Spider-Man suit on September 12.

Despite more than a week of doorknocking and searches in surrounding bushland, there has been no trace of the three-year-old.

Police set up a roadblock at the end of Bendooran Drive at the exact time William went missing, asking passing cars if they remember seeing anything / Picture: Nathan Edwards Source: News Corp Australia

Police do not believe William could survive after nine days in the bush.

William's family released a statement on Saturday afternoon thanking those involved in the search and expressed their hope he would soon be found.

Police urge people with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

William Tyrell, 3 / Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

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