The entire state is ‘waiting with bated breath’ as William Tyrrell search continues

NSW Police Minister David Elliott says the entire state is “waiting with bated breath” as the investigation into the disappearance of William Tyrrell continues.

It comes as police are set to search three locations in and around the town of Kendall, in New South Wales, in the coming weeks as part of the investigation.

“This is obviously a matter that is very sensitive,” Mr Elliott told Sky News Australia.

“We just want to see resolution for the families and for little William.”

NSW Police Minister David Elliott says the entire state is “waiting with bated breath” as the investigation into the disappearance of William Tyrrell continues.

It comes as police are set to search three locations in and around the town of Kendall, in New South Wales, in the coming weeks as part of the investigation.

“This is obviously a matter that is very sensitive,” Mr Elliott told Sky News Australia.

“We just want to see resolution for the families and for little William.”NSW Police Minister David Elliott says the entire state is “waiting with bated breath” as the investigation into the disappearance of William Tyrrell continues.

It comes as police are set to search three locations in and around the town of Kendall, in New South Wales, in the coming weeks as part of the investigation.

“This is obviously a matter that is very sensitive,” Mr Elliott told Sky News Australia.

“We just want to see resolution for the families and for little William.”

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