There is a $1Million reward for the person who leads Police to William. Their identity could be protected and if they had fears for their safety, protection could also be offered. So, if you know what has happened to William, now is the time to come forward and contact Police before Police contact you! Police have received more than 2,800 reports via Crime Stoppers, 196 direct to Strike Force Rosann and 1,078 possible sightings in the largest investigation in NSW. Strike Force Rosann has identified 690 persons of interest. To address the number of persons of interest Police have increased the size of their strike force. To find out what has happened to William they are casting their net very wide with their second taskforce being assisted by other police operations groups including the armed hold-up squad, the sex crimes squad and the fraud squad. Rewards are usually paid out on the arrest and conviction of the offender. However, the recovery of William has been added as a condition on this reward - the largest reward offered in NSW history. "If you've got information regarding William's disappearance and you've got concerns that you could be potentially complicit in the offence by concealing the offence, THAT OFFENCE WILL BE NEGATED THE MOMENT YOU COME TO POLICE!" “This is a very proactive operation and we are following numerous lines of inquiry. We are committed to finding out what has happened to William. We’re not going to sit on our hands and wait for someone to come forward. "I'm confident it's only a matter of time before we find out what's happened to William. However, IF WE COME TO YOU THE REWARD IS OFF THE TABLE!" Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin (12 Sept 2016). Make the call! Call Crime Stoppers now before Police call on you! 1800 333 000 #OneMillionReasons, #BringHimHome, #BringWilliamHome, #MakeTheCall, #WheresWilliam, #NowsTheTime
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