Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by Coldpizza, Sep 11, 2016.
Yes I believe so
7 News Sydney
No 35 - detectives searched
From the reporting in various MSM over the past 4.5 years, it had never occurred to me that the FF was at Benaroon dr. at 10.35, within 5 minutes of WT being noticed missing. I always thought there had been more time missing and a bit more searching between AMS and FM before the FF turned up and then the police called. Weird.
An older Ford LTD would stick out like a sore thumb. The timing of this car to be seen and later return for an abduction is incredible.
If a neighbour really is involved - they've done something incredibly bold and time sensitive.
It's hard to believe. Have been listening to the Maddie podcast - and the point was made that the possible scenarios are all equally improbable/incredible. That's how WT case feels to me sometimes.
I keep coming back to the idea of an unplanned abduction. Totally random. If FM told WT the could wait for FF - it doesn't seem unlikely WT went to wait by himself out front. And someone just drove by, or was out the front, coincidentally.
so in that very short period of time between william missing and ff arriving home he must have passed william being driven out (if he was driven)and or the vehicle that did the uturn and the neighbours arriving home etc
if only there were cctv cameras on the main road showing footage of where he and the neighbours and teal car ? should all be passing each other, if theres only one road into benaroon drive?
Pretty sickening to think so much activity RIGHT at the critical time, but nobody noticed a thing.. and then police came SO quickly too.. but so much time was spent on 'little boy lost' ... sooooooo sad!
I wonder... if people realized that it had JUST happened.. say FD for example.. rather than running around the streets, could've hopped back in his car and sped out trying to see a vehicle maybe driving a little 'off' or something?? To me, this timeline and everything happening so quickly makes it all the more tragic. I don't know how someone could even live with that.. always having to think.. if only I'd noticed, or looked, or whatever.
yes it all happened so quickly, seconds and events overlapping, so much chaos in that time between 10.30 to 35, he was reported missing after only about 20mins and police there in just 6 minutes!
Was thinking more along the lines of a print/msn error - out by 5 days?! eek
Haven't they always mentioned a green car? I remember being curious about the Violinist because he had a green car & lived nearby... or is this a different green car?
Good morning, everyone!! Ready for day 4
Lia HarrisVerified account @LiaJHarris 1m1 minute ago
It’s possible this week’s testimony at the inquest into William Tyrrell’s disappearance could be wrapped up today. I’ll be live with more details on @Studio10au at 9.30am.
Letisha MarambioVerified account @LetishaMarambio 1h1 hour ago
It’s day 4 of the William Tyrrell inquest & we’re expecting to hear from the toddlers biological parents @10NewsFirstSyd @10Daily
Thank you for this CC.
Is it known if this is the detail of what took place on the day of the 12th or across that day and subsequent days?
If it is from the 12th, it's interesting to note as Soso said, #35 was searched by Detectives. Also interesting to note a couple of names that don't appear - that I can see anyway. The occupant of #35 and Mr Wilson seem to be absent.
After thought - maybe they were there but didn't assist with the search.
yes sorry, i had forgotten about that turning green car,i guess because more focus seemed to be on the two parked cars and speeding 4wd
Lia HarrisVerified account @LiaJHarris 22s22 seconds ago
Apologies, due to technical issues we couldn’t go live this morning. Follow me here for updates today, when we expect to hear from William’s biological parents today.
how long does this first stage of the inquest run? was it two weeks?
Just this week, bearbear. Resuming for an additional 4 wks in August!
Lia HarrisVerified account @LiaJHarris 31s31 seconds ago
The inquest into William’s disappearance has resumed with testimony from NSW Police Senior Constable Christopher Rowley, who was the first responding officer on the scene. @10Daily @10NewsFirst
Lia HarrisVerified account @LiaJHarris 20s21 seconds ago
Senior Constable Rowley told the court he was on Benaroon Drive within six minutes of receiving the call from dispatch. @10NewsFirst @10Daily
Letisha MarambioVerified account @LetishaMarambio 1m1 minute ago
William Tyrrell inquest kicks off today with testimony from Senior Constable Christopher Rowley - he was the first on scene - there within 6 minutes of the triple 0 call from William's foster mum @10NewsFirstSyd @10Daily
Lia HarrisVerified account @LiaJHarris 10s10 seconds ago
Senior Constable Rowley and another off duty officer proceeded to door knock the neighbouring houses asking “if police could have a look around” and if they had seen anyone in the area. @10Daily @10NewsFirst