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Detectives investigating the high-profile disappearance of William Tyrrell have requested that prosecutors suspend their inquiry into the missing toddler’s former foster mother. Previously, the police had recommended charges against the 58-year-old woman in connection to William’s mysterious disappearance.

The case centers around allegations that William, who was three years old at the time, fell from a balcony and that his death was subsequently covered up. Despite extensive investigations and widespread media attention, no one has been charged, and William’s whereabouts remain unknown.

The disappearance of William Tyrrell continues to be one of the largest and most challenging missing persons investigations in New South Wales. As the case progresses, the search for answers and justice for William persists, with the community and authorities holding out hope for a resolution.


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Article Title: NSW Police ask to ‘suspend’ inquiry into Tyrell’s former foster mother
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