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The inside case of ‘Aussie Madeleine McCann’ as police dig up his foster grandmother’s garden where he was last seen 7 years ago

COPS has returned to the house of his grandparents raising a missing boy dubbed Australia’s Madeleine McCann to dig up the garden.

It is located in the house in Kendall, New South Wales, where three-year-old William Tyrrell disappeared seven years ago.

Police dug garden at house in Kendall

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Police dug garden at house in KendallCredit: PA
William Tyrrell disappeared from his adoptive grandparents' home in 2014

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William Tyrrell disappeared from his adoptive grandparents’ home in 2014Credit: NSW Police
The police are testing the theory that William fell from the balcony

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The police are testing the theory that William fell from the balconyCredit: PA

The boy’s disappearance has become one of Australia’s most famous child disappearances as no one has been charged.

In Monday Investigators announced they will launch a new search in the mysterious case after “new information” comes to light.

Earlier today, officers spent the day searching the garden and an area of ​​bush along with a dead dog.

They also investigated a theory that the boy fell from the 16ft balcony of the house, according to Sydney Morning Herald.

Investigators were seen spraying luminol, a substance that can detect traces of blood, in the area directly below the balcony.

It comes as Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said there is a person interested in the investigation but did not add any other details saying he would not want to “compromise any aspect of the investigation. “

“There’s definitely someone in particular that we’re scrutinizing,” he told Sydney radio 2GB.

“I am confident that the team that has the investigation at the moment can solve it.

“The staff worked tirelessly to get to the point where we were looking for land, once again using the best technology available,” he said.

“They inherited what was a bit of a mess and really cleaned up that investigation and they have a clear strategy and one of those strategies is to go back to Kendall.”

It comes after it was revealed that police will take the two main suspects to court later this month, news.com.au reported.

It has also emerged that William’s sister has been removed from the care of her adoptive parents, The Sydney Morning Herald has reported.

The three-year-old boy was in the care of his adoptive parents when he went missing while playing with his sister on September 12, 2014.

A police investigation into William’s disappearance at the time indicated two suspicious vehicles were seen parked on the street earlier that day.

The $1 million reward for information on the missing boy remains in place as of September 2016.

Meanwhile, 10 News reports where does journalist Lia Harris, who interviewed her adoptive parents, William Tyrrell? The podcast says that police have issued subpoenas for “everything we have” related to the investigation.

“Everything I discovered during my research on podcasts, audio files, documents, everything, including raw tapes of my extensive interviews with foster parents,” she told 2GB. .

“For me, it signals that they’ve got a new direction or they have a new theory they’re working on.”

Detective Superintendent Darren Bennett told the media on Monday that the new investigation is expected to last two to three weeks and acknowledged that officers are most likely looking for the boy’s remains.

“Most likely we, if we find something, it will be a body,” he said. We’re looking for the remains of William Tyrrell, no doubt about that. “

“I don’t expect the investigation to end quickly in any way,” he added.

The police opened a new search after new information emerged

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The police opened a new search after new information emergedCredit: PA
Three-year-old boy wears Spider-Man costume when he disappears

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Three-year-old boy wears Spider-Man costume when he disappearsCredit: NSW Police

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