VIDEO: Bill Spedding statement on William Tyrrell

A person of interest in the case ofmissing toddler William Tyrrell has released a recorded video statement denying any involvement in the boy’s disappearance from the NSW Mid North Coast.
Nanjing Night Net

Washing machine repairman William Speeding posted the video online following renewed public interest in the case with Saturday being 12 months since three-year-old William vanished from his grandmother’s backyard in Kendall.

“My wife Margaret and I offer the Tyrrell family our sincere commiserations in the tragic eventof William’s disappearance,” Mr Spedding says in the video.”I wish to state that I have had no involvement in the disappearance of William Tyrrell.”

Mr Spedding’sBonny Hills home was searched in January as was his pawnbroker business and adjoining office in the main street of Laurieton.

A mattress and computer were carried away by detectives, in full view of curious locals, for examination.

A property in his former hometown of Wellington, in NSW’s Central West, was also searched.

However, he has strenuously denied any involvement in William’s disappearance. Police have said the searches of Mr Spedding’s property were just one of a number of lines of inquiry into William’s disappearance.

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