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Australia'Until my last breath, we won't give up': William Tyrrell's foster parents open up on the toddler's disappearance in rare candid interview and reveal their biggest regret

22:03  01 july  2019
22:03  01 july  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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William Tyrrell's foster parents have given a rare interview about the missing toddler, five years on from his disappearance.

'Until my last breath, we won't give up': William Tyrrell's foster parents open up on the toddler's disappearance in rare candid interview and reveal their biggest regret© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited William Tyrrell (pictured) vanished without a trace from the front garden of his foster carer's home The boy in the Spiderman suit was three years old when he vanished from his foster grandmother's property on Benaroon Drive in Kendall, on the mid north coast, in September 2014.

His foster parents, who cannot be identified, have shared the torment they have endured since William’s disappearance as part of a podcast investigation with 10 News First.

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'Until my last breath, we won't give up': William Tyrrell's foster parents open up on the toddler's disappearance in rare candid interview and reveal their biggest regret© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited William Tyrrell's female foster (pictured) has vowed to never give up on the little boy with the infectious smile

The pair, who are still the caregivers for William’s older sister, said every day has its challenges as the enduring mystery remains unsolved.

They said it has been particularly difficult watching their foster daughter grow up without her brother.

'We have to watch his sister learn to play and learn to be an only child,' his foster mother said.

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Despite more than five years passing since William disappeared, the couple still remain hopeful that he is alive and have vowed to never give up on him.

'Until my last breath, we won't give up': William Tyrrell's foster parents open up on the toddler's disappearance in rare candid interview and reveal their biggest regret© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited William Tyrrell’s foster mother (pictured right) describes her desperate search for missing three-year-old to police in never before seen video shot days after his disappearance 'Till my last breath, we will not give up on William,' William's foster dad said.

'We need to know where he is and we know what happened to him, because we can't go on living like this,' his foster mother said.

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The pair have remained relatively silent throughout the investigation in the hopes of shielding William's sister from the media attention.

William and his sister had been drawing on the veranda of their foster grandmother's home on the day he went missing.

His foster mother and grandmother had been at the property at the time.

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The three-year-old had become bored of drawing and began playing his own game.

Daddy Tiger was a game the toddler had invented.

'Until my last breath, we won't give up': William Tyrrell's foster parents open up on the toddler's disappearance in rare candid interview and reveal their biggest regret© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Since William's disappearance five years ago, wild theories and rumours about how he vanished quickly emerged, including allegations that blamed his own birth family

He began roaring as he crawled along the grass - imagining he was a tiger.

He had tried to convince his sister to join in but she was happy drawing.

'I heard a roar… he sounded really close,' his foster mother said.

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After a couple of minutes he went quiet.

The roaring had stopped and William was gone.

Police searched for nine days in neighbouring houses and surrounding bushland before calling off the hunt, but have scoured other areas nearby Kendall in the years since.

'Until my last breath, we won't give up': William Tyrrell's foster parents open up on the toddler's disappearance in rare candid interview and reveal their biggest regret© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Police search grassland (pictured) near where the boy disappeared as part o the investigation

Police investigators ruled William's devastated foster and biological parents had no involvement in his disappearance.

A coronial inquest into the disappearance and suspected death of William was held in March, where the court heard details about the volume of the neighbour's radio and unfamiliar cars on the street on the day of his disappearance.

The court heard how neighbours searched neighbourhood cubby houses, swimming pools and drains for a sign of the boy, last seen in his favourite Spiderman costume.

The inquest will hold public hearings in August, which are expected to focus on persons of interest in the boy's disappearance.

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