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Police return to Tyrrell search area

View of the bush trail where up to 30 police were searching for evidence of missing boy William Tyrell, near Bonny Hills on the NSW mid-north coast on Monday (March 2, 2015).  Photo AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts

View of the bush trail where up to 30 police were searching for evidence of missing boy William Tyrell, near Bonny Hills on the NSW mid-north coast on Monday (March 2, 2015). Photo AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts

Bonny Hills – AAP  Police will spend a second day scouring dense bushland on the NSW mid-north coast as the investigation into missing toddler William Tyrrell deepens.

Up to 30 police spent Monday searching a forested area at Bonny Hills, south of Port Macquarie, for clues.

A tip-off and information collected by detectives led police to the fresh search zone however investigators stressed they were looking for evidence and the information received did not relate to the location of a body.

Police found bones at the site on Monday but forensic testing revealed they belonged to an animal, not a human.

Three-year-old William went missing from his grandmother’s home in nearby Kendall last September.


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