AFP, NSW Police officers are storming the streets of home away from where William Tyrrell disappeared
BREAKING NEWS: Child sex detectives storm home just blocks away from where little boy William Tyrrell was kidnapped in 2014
Two men have been arrested from a house just steps from where William Tyrrell was kidnapped in 2014 in a chilling coincidence.
NSW police confirmed officers of the Child Cruse Command’s Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad, and local officers assist the AFP in an operation on the mid-north coast of New South Wales.
But Daily Mail Australia has been told the arrests are unrelated to Strike Force Rosann, the investigative team looking for the missing three-year-old.
The couple is also not suspected of the boy’s disappearance. They have yet to be charged.
William disappeared from his foster grandmother’s house at the end of Benaroon Drive on September 12, 2014.
He was never found, but an investigation into the boy’s disappearance will begin later this year.
A spokeswoman for the Australian Federal Police was approached for comment.