- Nov 25, 2018
- AFL Club
- West Coast
Hi Melsy, there is a timeline. Foster answering how long has he been missing with how long they've been looking is a sideshow those interview analysts might look at I think. Call was made around 11 am.Over analysing, media reports is a recipe for disaster.
There is a timeline somewhere of when police received the call.
It's the cars that intrigue me. Foster Mum has apparently forgotten about them despite seeing two cars parked where no one usually parks at 7 am and again just before she says William was last seen around 10.30 am. Besides these two cars which she provides detailed descriptions for 6 days later, there is also the big, weathered, thick necked, red haired man in his late fifties in the third car that she says she stared as as it moved past her on the street. She described that car as “greeny teal looking” and " alloy wheels that didn’t have hub caps, you could see the spokes, silver on the outside, the middle hold, brassy-looking”.
However she had forgotten that she had seen the two parked cars and the moving car 30 minutes later when she was talking to the 000 operator.
When directly asked by the operator if she'd seen anything suspicious or any strange vehicles or anything she says "No" three times. Then says she was outside with her Mum and daughter so? ... should have noticed?
Later explaining why it took her 6 days to remember the detailed descriptions of all the cars and strange man (in previous link) she says the mind plays funny tricks when you're under stress.
However listening to her 000 call she was calm, collected and organised enough to list all Williams physical details including the freckle he has on his head when you part his hair on the left hand side!