Search for 3.y.o. enters fourth day

Search for 3.y.o. enters fourth day

A team of volunteers from Sydney will head to the states north coast today to help in the search for a missing three year old boy.

William Tyrell, who was dressed in a Spider-Man costume, was playing with his sister outside his grandmother’s house at Kendall, south of Port Macquarie, when he went missing on Friday morning.

A third day of searching has delivered no results.

The search had been widened to a 10-kilometre area, however police believe the boy is within a 1.5 kilometre radius of the house.

They also have not ruled out the possibility the child was abducted.

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