“It feels like an eternity without William. We think of William every day, every hour, every minute and every second. We constantly hope and pray that he is safe, loved and cherished. With every passing day we wonder what he is doing and how we so desperately wish we had answers.”
“Instead of William being home to celebrate his 5th Birthday we are faced with the painful reminder that we have missed another of his milestones. A reminder that we are now being forced to live with years that pass and each passing year is another heartbreaking year without our little boy; another year without answers.”
“It’s a harsh reality when life continues to move on and the day-to-day activities of life take over but the one thing that doesn’t change, that doesn’t move on is the fact that we don’t know what has happened to William. We don’t know what is happening in his life – who is he talking to? Is he happy? Is he loved? What toys does he play with?
“It’s been far too long, way too long not to see his happy cheeky smile, hear is bubbly laughter, watch him ride his bike and scooter and shower him with kisses, hugs and love. William needs to be home with us celebrating his 5th Birthday, opening his presents, blowing out the candles on his cake, laughing and playing with his family and his little friends.”
“We are so immensely sad and disappointed in the person who either suspects and/or knows something about what happened on the 12th September 2014 when William was kidnapped. This person has for almost two years chosen to remain silent, has chosen not to come forward, has chosen to protect the monster who stole William rather than being the person who chose to be William’s “hero” and help bring him home.”
“To the person who knows something, please find it in your heart to tell Police what you know and help bring William home.” William’s Mum and Dad
If you are the somebody who knows something or suspects someone may have been involved in the abduction of William Tyrrell, now is the time to make the call to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or contact Crime Stoppers online reporting page www.nsw.crimestoppers.com.au