A boy who was abducted in NSW in 2014 is still missing on his sixth birthday.
William Tyrell was three years old when went missing from his grandmother’s home in Kendall on the NSW North Coast.
Police are still investigating his disappearance.
On Monday the Where’s William campaign paid tribute to the missing toddler and is urging people to light a candle “of love and hope that soon William will be found and returned to the loving arms of his family where he belongs”.
“Today marks 1019 days since William’s Mum and Dad last held their precious little boy,” the post reads.
“Today, we will think of William, his family and all the children who are missing, and when we light a candle for William, we’ll be sending a message of love, support and continued hope to them all. “
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The post has been shared more than 11,500 times.
If you have any information on the disappearance of William please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.