Search for William Tyrrell enters third day as car seized.
The search for the body of missing three-year-old William Tyrrell on the NSW mid-north coast has entered its third day, as detectives continue to scour the property where he disappeared.
The case of the boy who went missing in his Spider-Man suit has captured the nation's attention since he disappeared while playing in the garden of his foster grandmother's home in 2014.
Police on Tuesday dug up the garden at the Kendall home, with a mechanical sift brought on to the property.
In nearby bushland volunteers cut down trees to help in the search.
Police today returned to search the Kendall home where the three-year-old boy was last seen and are investigating whether he fell from the balcony. https://t.co/siBGRe2eZq— Mamamia (@Mamamia) November 16, 2021
Officers revealed on Wednesday morning that detectives had also seized a Mazda car from a Gymea home.
They said the car was taken to a secure facility for forensic examination which was expected to take several weeks.