William Tyrrell: Man jailed for stalking missing boy's foster father

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Still missing: William Tyrrell vanished from his foster grandmother's home three-and-a-half years ago

() Still missing: William Tyrrell vanished from his foster grandmother's home three-and-a-half years ago

2014 

September 12 - Dressed in a Spiderman outfit, three-year-old William Tyrrell goes missing from the garden while visiting members of his foster family on the NSW north coast. 

September 21 - Police stop searching for the missing boy after scouring surrounding bushland and neighbouring houses. 

2015 

January 20 - Police search the home and business of washing machine repairman Bill Spedding, who had been due to carry out repairs at the house at the time the three-year-old went missing.

Detectives take items for testing including a mattress, computer and vehicles. They drain his septic tank. 

January 23 - The washing machine repairman publicly denies any involvement in William's disappearance and says he and his wife are on the verge of a breakdown due to the public attention.

February 19 - Homicide detectives take over the case and say it's likely William was abducted. 

March 2 - Police fruitlessly search an area of bushland near Bonny Hills for three days after a tip-off. 

April 17 - William's foster parents speak publicly for the first time in an emotional video released through police which does not identify them. 

April 17 - Police say the boy may have been a victim of a paedophile ring. 

September 6 - The Nine Network's 60 Minutes reveal two suspicious cars were parked on the street the morning William went missing. 

September 12 - 'Where's William' week is launched one year after he disappeared. 

2016 

September 12 - A $1million reward is offered for information leading to William's return. 

2017 

August 24 - William's foster child status is revealed after a landmark court ruling.

2018 

June 12 - NSW Police announce the start of a four-week forensic search of bushland conducted by Strike Force Rosann.

June 14 - William's grandmother scolds police who have failed to find the young boy after four years, and claims their latest search is 'just for show'.

June 26 - The forensic search continues on what would have been William's seventh birthday.

June 27 - Strike Force Rosann announces it will move the search to an 800sqm block of bushland just 4km from where

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