Detectives discover a burnt car that could be key to finding William Tyrrell

The three-year-old boy was playing in his grandmother's yard in Kendall, on the north coast of New South Wales, when he disappeared on September 12, 2014.

A new breakthrough in the case of the missing child William Tyrell has emerged.

The three-year-old played in his grandmother's garden in Kendall, on the north coast of New South Wales, when he disappeared on September 12, 2014.

Researchers have discovered a burning car that was left in the depths of the forest, near where William disappeared. It is believed that the vehicle belonged to Tony Jones.

Mr. Jones has previously denied any involvement in the missing child case, A Current Affair reported.

The three-year-old boy was playing in his grandmother's yard in Kendall, on the north coast of New South Wales, when he disappeared on September 12, 2014.

The three-year-old boy was playing in his grandmother's yard in Kendall, on the north coast of New South Wales, when he disappeared on September 12, 2014.

Researchers revealed a burned-out car (pictured) that remained in the depths of the forest, near the place where William disappeared

Researchers revealed a burned-out car (pictured) that remained in the depths of the forest, near the place where William disappeared

Researchers revealed a burned-out car (pictured) that remained in the depths of the forest, near the place where William disappeared

The vehicle looked like the same make and model that Mr. Jones used to drive, according to the person who discovered the vehicle.

The police were informed of the vehicle hidden in the bushes, but once they arrived at the scene they found that the car had been turned over and turned on.

A woman who had been living with Mr. Jones at the time that William disappeared, told the publication that she would not be surprised if she burned her car.

It is the first time that this line of investigation, which will be part of the coronary investigation on the disappearance of William, has been revealed.

This new information will be part of the coronary investigation on the disappearance of young William.

The person of interest is Tony Jones (pictured), who previously denied any involvement in the missing child's case.

The person of interest is Tony Jones (pictured), who previously denied any involvement in the missing child's case.

The person of interest is Tony Jones (pictured), who previously denied any involvement in the missing child's case.

William has not been seen since despite a large-scale search and one of the biggest hunts in Australian history

William has not been seen since despite a large-scale search and one of the biggest hunts in Australian history

William has not been seen since despite a large-scale search and one of the biggest hunts in Australian history

William has not been seen since his disappearance despite a full-scale search and one of the biggest hunts in Australian history.

His family said Wednesday that the day marked: "four years of anguish and four years of endless tears for all those who had love, not knowing where he is or what happened to him."

On the same day, investigators announced that they would request a coronary investigation, said Deputy Chief NSW Harriet Grahame.

It is expected to be held next year and could be the last hope to reconstruct who was responsible for the kidnapping of the child.

Police in New South Wales said investigators in the case "would like to acknowledge the continued strength and courage of William Tyrrell's families."

"Over the past year, investigators have continued to explore research lines in an effort to find out what happened to William, including a full-scale forensic search," a statement said.

& # 39; William's families have been informed of this development and have requested their privacy at this time & # 39;

& # 39; William's families have been informed of this development and have requested their privacy at this time & # 39;

& # 39; William's families have been informed of this development and have requested their privacy at this time & # 39;

& # 39; William's families have been informed of this development and have requested their privacy at this time & # 39;

"Today marks four tragic years since we last saw little William, four years of anguish and four years of endless tears for all who loved him."

Following the announcement of the police, a statement was published in the "Where is William Tyrrell? Bring Him Home – Official & # 39; Facebook page.

"Today marks four tragic years since the last time we saw little William, four years of anguish and four years of endless tears for all who loved him, without knowing where he is or what happened to him," the message read.

"Today also marks the gift of endless love, hope and support throughout Australia and the world.

& # 39; To all who have worried; to all those who have supported William's loved ones in our quest to find him … our sincere thanks for not giving up on our boy … you have our complete confidence and our deepest gratitude for your continued commitment to discover what happened to William. Our sincerest thanks to all of you.

The deputy coroner has requested a summary of the evidence, said the police statement, which will be provided before the end of the year.

The investigation will be an opportunity to test the information and evidence gathered by Strike Force Rosann and promote the investigation

The investigation will be an opportunity to test the information and evidence gathered by Strike Force Rosann and promote the investigation

The investigation will be an opportunity to test the information and evidence gathered by Strike Force Rosann and promote the investigation

The investigation will be an opportunity to test the information and evidence gathered by Strike Force Rosann and advance the investigation.

"This is another step to ensure that the answers are provided to William's loved ones," the statement said.

Throughout June and July, police spent three weeks scouring through dense, remote thickets on the north coast of New South Wales, desperately searching for any sign of the young child, as part of the Strike Force Rosann.

Mrs. Grahame had visited the street in Kendall, where little William disappeared and toured the area where the police were conducting their search.

A reward of $ 1 million is kept for information that leads to William's recovery.

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