‘We will never give up’: Memorial at search site for William Tyrrell’s remains

Police have left a memorial at the NSW Mid North Coast site where they spent the last month searching for the remains of William Tyrrell. Emergency crews have signed their names on a hoe at the search site in Kendall. A message has also been written on the handle, which reads "we will never give up" and "search for William Tyrrell". READ MORE: Every NSW COVID-19 restriction that just changed It comes as NSW Police wrap up the latest search in Kendall for the missing boy's remains. It's expected the search will conclude this week. Police, forensic experts and SES crews have been scouring the area for the past month. READ MORE: Queensland backflips on isolation for flight passengers Police said forensic examination of items seized from the area as well as a "significant quantity" of soil will continue. "The NSW Police Force remains committed to finding William Tyrrell and investigations by the Homicide Squad's Strike Force Rosann are ongoing," NSW Police said in a statemen..

Police have left a memorial at the NSW Mid North Coast site where they spent the last month searching for the remains of William Tyrrell.

Emergency crews have signed their names on a hoe at the search site in Kendall.

A message has also been written on the handle, which reads "we will never give up" and "search for William Tyrrell".

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Emergency services have placed a memorial at the search site for William Tyrrell's remainsEmergency services have placed a memorial at the search site for William Tyrrell's remains

It comes as NSW Police wrap up the latest search in Kendall for the missing boy's remains.

It's expected the search will conclude this week.

Police, forensic experts and SES crews have been scouring the area for the past month.

READ MORE: Queensland backflips on isolation for flight passengers

Police said forensic examination of items seized from the area as well as a "significant quantity" of soil will continue.

"The NSW Police Force remains committed to finding William Tyrrell and investigations by the Homicide Squad's Strike Force Rosann are ongoing," NSW Police said in a statement.

Once the search operation ends, police will complete a repatriation of the area.

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William Tyrrell – September 2014

Police resumed the search into the 2014 disappearance of then three-year-old William a month ago.

A number of items of interest were collected for examination during the search, including animal bones, pieces of material and fabric, and plastic bags.

So far, no forensic results of these items have been revealed to the public.

Strike Force Rosann detectives are continuing to prepare a brief for the coroner.

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