/ 19 November 2021

Former investigator says put down your magnifying glass…

Image source: NCA NewsWire
Image source: NCA NewsWire

Authorities continue to inspect the area around the home on the NSW mid-north coast where 3yo William Tyrrell was last seen in 2014 as they test his foster mother’s account of his disappearance. They are done inspecting the garage with special radar equipment brought in to see through the concrete slab that was laid after William went missing – the result showed no abnormalities. Gary Jubelin, the detective formerly in charge of the case, said he well and truly interrogated the missing boy’s foster parents during his investigation. He “went hard on them,” he says, but there was “absolutely no evidence that made me suspicious in regards to their involvement.” Jubelin, who left the police force in 2019, warned the public against becoming “armchair detectives” in the case.

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