Current Disappearance of little William Tyrell

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New owners concreted underneath I think? No price, I wonder if Grandma had to sell for under market value and why the new owners were only in it for about 18 months. Security's not great with all those sliders, windows and wrap around. Nice spot but I wouldn't buy it.
$430 for both sales, price underneath listing as sales history. No fences, remote and on edge of bush was more the point I think for William. No one could have been randomly driving past. It's the first time I've been able to place where the spiderman picture was taken on the wooden deck adjoining kitchen and laundry. Do you think the new owners put the new concrete floor in garage? Who moved the ton of dirt or was it always like that?
 

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$430 for both sales, price underneath listing as sales history. No fences, remote and on edge of bush was more the point I think for William. No one could have been randomly driving past. It's the first time I've been able to place where the spiderman picture was taken on the wooden deck adjoining kitchen and laundry. Do you think the new owners put the new concrete floor in garage? Who moved the ton of dirt or was it always like that?
Thanks, I didn't even notice the history section.

Concrete looks newish I think. Cops should be onto any dirt moving around there.

It's such a freaky thing to happen, although there are blind spots from house to road what are the chances some random predator was just driving past at the right time when William had wandered into the blind spot?
 

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Thanks, I didn't even notice the history section.

Concrete looks newish I think. Cops should be onto any dirt moving around there.

It's such a freaky thing to happen, although there are blind spots from house to road what are the chances some random predator was just driving past at the right time when William had wandered into the blind spot?
If you look at Benaroon Drive it (google maps satellite) would be a cul de sac if it didn't go off into the forrest. Could have been some neighbours that aroused suspicions? Article said the mother saw two strange cars parked on the road, but this information either was given or released for a year. The washing machine repair man was supposed to arrive but didn't and seemed to have an alibi for the time. Never been charged for that although had other charges.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...William-Tyrrell-police-launch-new-search.html
 

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If you look at Benaroon Drive it (google maps satellite) would be a cul de sac if it didn't go off into the forrest. Could have been some neighbours that aroused suspicions? Article said the mother saw two strange cars parked on the road, but this information either was given or released for a year. The washing machine repair man was supposed to arrive but didn't and seemed to have an alibi for the time. Never been charged for that although had other charges.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...William-Tyrrell-police-launch-new-search.html
In a locale like that, you'd think if two cars were sitting out the front someone would wander over and ask what they were doing there? If there were people sitting in it ..

Spedding looks pretty obvious, his alibi must be solid.
 

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Not much left to lose but eeeeeeow.

William Tyrell's grandmother is furious with police who have failed to find the young boy after four years, and claims their latest search is 'just for show' coming up to what would have been the youngster's seventh birthday.

'They just want everyone to think they are actually still looking for him.'


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-grandmother-thinks-new-search-just-show.html
 
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New owners concreted underneath I think? No price, I wonder if Grandma had to sell for under market value and why the new owners were only in it for about 18 months. Security's not great with all those sliders, windows and wrap around. Nice spot but I wouldn't buy it.
Wasn't the property up for sale when William disappeared and grandmother moved out shortly after? Or am I remembering this wrong?
 

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Wasn't the property up for sale when William disappeared and grandmother moved out shortly after? Or am I remembering this wrong?
Yes, I think it was so the two cars out the front of grandmother's that were seen might not be so out of place if the house was already on a listing. I read somewhere the foster father was a real estate agent.
 

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A real estate agent or the real estate agent for this sale do you know?
Interesting question, I don't know. There's a few ways a house can be listed now and I'm not really across it, used to be by a single listing with one agent or a multiple listing but the internet's encouraged the DIY seller.
 

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A real estate agent or the real estate agent for this sale do you know?
Interesting question, I don't know. There's a few ways a house can be listed now and I'm not really across it, used to be by a single listing with one agent or a multiple listing but the internet's encouraged the DIY seller.
https://www.domain.com.au/property-profile/48-benaroon-drive-kendall-nsw-2439

The foster GM sale doesn't have a real estate agent, scroll down on the listing when it was sold in October 2014. It did have an agent the second sale. As Flash said it could have been sold by her son in law, who I think is a Sydney real estate agent. Doesn't say if it was for sale when William went missing or a quick sale after his disappearance.
 

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Yes, I think it was so the two cars out the front of grandmother's that were seen might not be so out of place if the house was already on a listing. I read somewhere the foster father was a real estate agent.
It's not c;ear if the house was for sale at the time.

The two cars has never made sense, as this information wasn't released until a year after William's disappearance. I think the cops said something about operational matters prevented releasing the information earlier??!!

You would think this is vital information so can't think why cops would have withheld the car descriptions. Maybe the foster mother only gave the information to them a year after?
 

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It's not c;ear if the house was for sale at the time.
I read it somewhere that the fosters decided to go to grandmothers early, a detail with the sale of the house that foster father needed to sort out.

The two cars has never made sense, as this information wasn't released until a year after William's disappearance. I think the cops said something about operational matters prevented releasing the information earlier??!!

You would think this is vital information so can't think why cops would have withheld the car descriptions. Maybe the foster mother only gave the information to them a year after?
They might have put sly eyes on people (paedophiles) in the area who had similar cars and didn't want to alert them? That's the only thing I can think of ...
 

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I read it somewhere that the fosters decided to go to grandmothers early, a detail with the sale of the house that foster father needed to sort out.

They might have put sly eyes on people (paedophiles) in the area who had similar cars and didn't want to alert them? That's the only thing I can think of ...
That would be an "operational" matter. Can't have come to anything.
 

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""We'd encourage anyone who has any information about a person or a vehicle that's been seen in the vicinity here around the time of William's disappearance or more recently acting suspiciously or looking out of place, we'd be very interested in them coming forward.""

That's particularly interesting.
What do you all think? Someone they may have previously had eyes on might have been checking remains or something?
 

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What do you all think? Someone they may have previously had eyes on might have been checking remains or something?
Possibly a burial site. Or visiting to relive the crime. Sickening either way.

Edit: Just read that a police dog joined the search so that would suggest looking for remains I suspect
 
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Interestingly the police say they had this information prior to conducting the search near the house earlier this month however held off for “operational reasons and considerations”. They are clearly turning up the heat to see what they can shake loose.
 

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Coroner's been there.

Detectives believe William was abducted, with the latest search, which began in June, geared towards proving William disappeared because of human intervention and not misadventure.

If an inquest is announced, police will have to table almost four years of evidence, while any persons of interest could be called upon to face a public hearing overseen by the deputy coroner.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-07-...ooks--likely-as-deputy-coroner-search/9936112
 
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