William Tyrrell Update: NSW Police State Crime Command Director | 7NEWS

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The William Tyrrell search is set to be extended. NSW Police State Crime Command Director Detective Chief Superintendent Darren Bennett today announced that police may need to double the investigation time frame.

The search is entering its 13th day. Detectives say they’re ‘happy’ with the progress they’ve made, but poor weather has hampered their efforts.

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