New Bush Search For William Tyrrell
Officers from Sydney arrived in Port Macquarie on Tuesday, with the fresh search set to begin on Wednesday.
Police are mounting a fresh, large-scale search for William Tyrrell.
The 3-year-old was abducted from his grandmother's house at Kendall, on the NSW mid north coast, in 2014.
Officers from Sydney arrived in Port Macquarie on Tuesday, with the search set to begin on Wednesday.
Detectives are also expected to give more detail then about what they are hoping to find.
Ten Eyewitness News understands the focus will be on bushland around Port Macquarie.
Police will canvas places they have already searched, in addition to covering new areas.
Police say they will start a four-week forensic search of bushland on Wednesday.
"The initial search, while extensive, was focused only on finding William – a little boy who was lost – and not with a view of deliberate human intervention," NSW Police said in a statement.
There have been no new developments made public in the investigation, under Strike Force Rosann, for more than a year.
It's unknown what has triggered this latest search.
There is a $1 million reward on offer for anyone who finds or returns William.