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Nike Flex Series Hot Sell - 'We're co-operating with police': Tradesman whose property was searched by police looking for William Tyrell has broken his silence to claim he had nothing to do with the disappearance of the toddlerThree-year-old William Tyrell has been missing for more than four monthsWilliam Spedding, 63, was at the house four days before he vanishedHe had been called Nike Flex Series Hot Sell to repair a washing machine at William's grandmother's houseMr Spedding and his wife have spoken to Channel Nine about their ordealHe said that they have both been 'close to a nervous breakdown'The couple have denied they have any involvement in the disappearance A?Police have raided two properties owned by the SpeddingsThey searched a series of rooms Nike Flex Series Hot Sell under the floorboardsA?The search has now ended and they will forensically examine evidenceA?ByHeather Mcnab for Daily Mail Australiaand Sarah Michaeland Candace Suttonand Lucy Thackrayand Daniel Piotrowski Published: 05:14 GMT, 23 January 2015 | Updated: 10:11 GMT, 23 January 2015 1 View comments The tradesman whose family home was dramatically raided by police investigating the disappearance of Nike Flex Series Hot Sell toddler William Tyrell has spoken publicly for the first time about their 'difficult' ordeal.Washing machine repairer Bill Spedding and his wife Margaret told Nine News they had nothing to do with the disappearance of the toddler, and are trying to stay strong for each other and their family.'We're both close to a nervous breakdown. We're co-operating Nike Flex Series Hot Sell with police,' Mr Spedding, 63, told Nine News reported Chris O'Keefe.Scroll down for videoA?A?A? Bill Spedding and his wife Margaret appeared on camera to discuss the raids for the first time Margaret Spedding also spoke about their experience, and said she was grateful for the support she and her husband had received from their community.'We just Nike Flex Series Hot Sell have to do what we have to. We mainly want to thank our friends and family for the support we have been given,' said Mrs Spedding.The couple appeared to be emotional in the interview, and Mrs Spedding broke down as she spoke of the past few days.On Tuesday and Wednesday, forensic police and detectives extensively searched Nike Flex Series Hot Sell a set of rooms under the home, excavated part of the backyard and drained the septic tank of William Spedding's Bonny Hills property, near Port Macquarie on the NSW mid north coast. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next 'I woke up in October and thought it was May': Addicted to... How much would you pay for Nike Flex Series Hot Sell Australia's most squalid house?... Sniper's view of the Sydney siege: Dramatic footage of... Share this article Share Detectives tore down police tape surrounding the property on Thursday.A?Mrs Spedding said that she was concerned about how the ordeal would impact upon her family.'It's the children I'm worried about, this affects them too,' she told Nine News.The couple Nike Flex Series Hot Sell said they were determined to band together, despite their difficult experience.A?'Wea£į?ll get through this,' said Mrs Spedding.'We'll stick together and get through it,' said Mr Spedding. Washing machine repairer Bill Spedding and his wife Margaret told Nine News they had nothing to do with the disappearance of the toddler 'We're both close to a nervous breakdown. Nike Flex Series Hot Sell We're co-operating with police,' Mr Spedding, 63, told Nine News reported Chris O'Keefe Margaret Spedding also spoke about their experience, and said she was grateful for the support she and her husband had received from their communityReporter Chris O'Keefe, who interviewed the 63-year-old, told radio station 2GB the pair have been hugely affected by the strain Nike Flex Series Hot Sell of the focus on them and 'their lives have been ruined'.A?'He was on the verge of breaking down the entire interview. He said this is unbelievable for him, he was just so overwhelmed. He said he had received a lot of support from his family all over the country,' O'Keefe told 2GB.A?'He said he had to Nike Flex Series Hot Sell seek legal advice ... but they did say both him and Margaret are on the verge of nervous breakdowns and, really, their life has been somewhat ruined.'Earlier Mr Spedding, who was questioned and released without charge, told Channel 9: 'It has been very difficult. I wish to thank our family, our friends for the overwhelming support Nike Flex Series Hot Sell that we have received from them over this time.'A?A?Police are in the process of forensically examining and testing excavations from the burn-off pit, material from the septic tank and three paper bags of items taken from the rooms under the house, which is expected to take weeks.A?A? Packing up: A detective removes crime scene tape from Nike Flex Series Hot Sell the Bonny Hills home on the mid north NSW coast of Bill and Margaret Spedding as they finish their search and will now spend weeks forensically analysing material from a septic tank and other evidence at a laboratory. Alibi: This is the Buzz Cafe in the town of Laurieton where a friend of Bill Spedding's says Nike Flex Series Hot Sell he met his wife Margaret for coffee on the morning of September 12, the day William Tyrell disappeared 10km away in Kendall Laurieton Public School was the next stop on the day of William Tyrell's disappearance for person of interest Bill Spedding and wife Margaret, according to a friend who says the couple attended their grandson's Nike Flex Series Hot Sell presentationPolice said the raid was just 'one line of inquiry' and part of 'normal police procedure'.A?This comes as a friend of Mr Spedding has laid out the detailed alibi he told police when questioned about his whereabouts around 10.30am September 12, when William went missing.A?A friend told Daily Mail Australia that Mr Spedding went to his Nike Flex Series Hot Sell Laurieton office on Bold St on the morning of September 12.A?He had received a part needed to fix William's grandmother's washing machine, after attending the Kendall home three days earlier for a quote, and attempted to ring her to make an appointment.A?The friend said Mr Spedding then went to go meet his wife for coffee at Nike Flex Series Hot Sell Buzz Cafe, 140m away from his office on the opposite side of the street. Cafe manager Lisa, who did not wish to give her last name, said she recognised Mr Spedding and his wife but said they hadn't come into the cafe 'in a while'.A? Lengthy wait: Bill Spedding has to wait several weeks for detectives Nike Flex Series Hot Sell to forensically analyse the evidence taken from the NSW mid north coast property he rents after police (pictured) packed up at the end of their search on Thursday Detectives discuss the results of the search at the house of whitegoods repairman Bill Spedding, which they have now finished examining and removed evidence to be studied at Nike Flex Series Hot Sell a crime labShe told Daily Mail Australia that police had come into the cafe to ask if she recalled seeing Mr Spedding on September 12. 'I've seen him before but I can't remember that specific day,' she told Daily Mail Australia.A?The friend said Mr Spedding and his wife then walked across the road to Laurieton Public Nike Flex Series Hot Sell School to attend a presentation for their grandson.A?He told Daily Mail Australia Mr Spedding said he had also attended the presentation with a family friend who was taking photos.A?Mr Spedding has asked her to review her pictures to see if he is in any of them, the friend said. On September 12, following the presentation, Mr Nike Flex Series Hot Sell Spedding went to a job in nearby Dunbogan before ringing William's grandmother again.A?A?A spokesman for Laurieton Public School said he had spoken to police, but declined to comment further.A? William Harrie Spedding, a 63-year-old electrical repairman, had given a quote to William's grandmother to repair her washing machine and was at her property in Kendall four Nike Flex Series Hot Sell days before the boy vanished Mr Spedding, who lives at a property in Bonny Hills with his wife and three grandchildren, reportedly gave a quote to William Tyrell's grandmother for a washing machine he was due to fix on September 12 Bill Spedding posted these messages on his Facebook A?page on December 2 last year, almost Nike Flex Series Hot Sell three months after the boy disappeared from his grandmother's house where Mr Spedding was due to fix a washing machine Every square inch: After thoroughly searching Bill and Margaret Spedding's house (pictured) for two days, police have vacated the house rented by the mid NSW North Coast couple who flatly deny any involvement in William Tyrell's Nike Flex Series Hot Sell aduction At this point William had gone missing, and she told Mr Spedding not to worry about coming but did not say why.A?'How could somebody do something then ring up to put a part back in? I find it all just unbelievable,' the friend said.Following Mr Spedding's interview with police, he gave a DNA sample but Nike Flex Series Hot Sell was then released, according to the Daily Telegraph.A?As well as the search of Mr Spedding's rented house, police had earlier raided a shop in Laurieton, about 10km away, where he had once run a pawn-broking business until closing it down because the town's 5500 population could not support it.It has also emerged that Mr Spedding posted Nike Flex Series Hot Sell several Facebook posts about William's disappearance, pleading with his followers last December 2 'don't give up' and writing about how 'someone knows something'.'Today, somebody is keeping a secret. They got up this morning. Had breakfast. Realised they need to pick up some more milk. William Tyrell was last seen wearing his favourite Spiderman costume when he Nike Flex Series Hot Sell disappeared on September 12 'Like a little maze' - police have spent hours searching a set of subterranean rooms in the Spedding house The rooms were described by the home's former owners as bizarre and accessible by just one door (pictured, left) which police entered during a raid on the semi-rural NSW property on Wednesday Full Nike Flex Series Hot Sell scale search: Police have now concluded their raid raided on two properties - a former pawn-broking store in Laurieton, around 10km east of Kendall, and a house in Bonny Hills, a further 10km north of Laurieton - which are the office and house of whitegoods repairman, Bill Spedding 'Wasted time on Facebook. Made some calls. All Nike Flex Series Hot Sell the while maintaining a poker face.All the while pretending not to know. But somebody knows what happened to three-year-old William Tyrell.'Somebody knows if William is being treated with kindness today or with cruelty. Somebody, somewhere knows and they're keeping it a secret. Missing from his home in Kendall , on the NSW coast, Australia since Friday, Nike Flex Series Hot Sell September 12. PLEASE SHARE AND HOPE HE IS FOUND.'A?Five days later, on December 7, he posted another message on Facebook which marked the three months since the boy had vanished, saying 'Where is he?'.Mr Spedding and his wife are grandparents who have run several businesses on the mid-north coast of NSW.Mr Spedding is a trained electrician Nike Flex Series Hot Sell who has worked as an air conditioning and heating specialist and repairs a range of white goods including refrigerators.A?The Speddings have three grandchildren living with them at the Bonny Hills home, where children's bikes and a trampoline were pictured in the backyard as police searched on Wednesday. Forensic teams arrived on Wednesday morning to commence exhaustive Nike Flex Series Hot Sell sweeps of the property while Bill and Margaret Spedding stayed with friendsA? Digging: An excavator arrived at the Bonny Hills property on Wednesday morning as the police investigation ramped up Mr Spedding shared this post in December pleading for information about William Tyrell's disappearanceCheryle Dale, the former owner of the house told Daily Mail Australia that Nike Flex Series Hot Sell each of the rooms above ground has a corresponding section under the floor.Ms Dale said the house's brick walls were built form the dirt upwards and the walls of the rooms under the house which are accessible via a small door at the back range in height from a few inches up to five foot and Nike Flex Series Hot Sell could accommodate a small person.'It's like a little maze' she said. 'It's bizarre.'A neighbour said police had spent the majority of their time searching under the house where they had retrieved objects which filled three paper bags.'They were in and out of there all day, searching it for hours,' he told Daily Mail Australia.A?'And they were Nike Flex Series Hot Sell there all night looking around with torches.' Red, white and black bicycles were stacked at the side of the house next to a hose and council rubbish binsOn Wednesday, police excavated the burn-off section of the backyard, and also measured a concrete slab that was laid for a shed currently under construction. A development application for Nike Flex Series Hot Sell renovation of the house is believed to have been lodged some time last year.The neighbours' wife, who also did not want to be named, said detectives asked them when the burn-off spot was last used and when the concrete slab in the yard was laid.A?'Those were the only two things they were interested in,' she said.A?Pictures Nike Flex Series Hot Sell taken on Wednesday close to where authorities had begun excavating depicted an otherwise unremarkable scene.A?Red, white and black bicycles were stacked at the side of the house next to a hose and council rubbish bins.A? In the middle of the background stands a trampoline surrounded by a net, and next to that a low-standing basketball net Nike Flex Series Hot Sell On the ground nearby lies a red football (left) and about 20 yards away, closer to edge of the property stands a children's swing and play set.In the middle of the background stands a trampoline surrounded by a net, and next to that a low-standing basketball net. On the ground nearby lays a red football.About 20 Nike Flex Series Hot Sell yards away, closer to edge of the property stands a children's swing and play set, and in the background what appears to be the metal support structure for a carport or outdoor garage.A?Police said they have questioned 'a number of people' and there are reports the couple were among them. They were released without charge.A?'I just Nike Flex Series Hot Sell thought everybody was dead in the house, that many cops were there,' one neighbour, who did not wish to be named, told Daily Mail Australia.A?A? Searching nearby bushland: Detectives and forensic police officers swarmed over the property on the New South Wales mid north coast looking for clues as to missing William Tyrell Task: Police inspecting Nike Flex Series Hot Sell the property in Bonny Hills on Wednesday morning. William Tyrell has been missing since September 12 last year, when he vanished from his foster grandmother's house A septic tank was drained at the property in Bonny Hills, around 20km north-east of Kendall, on the mid north coast of New South Wales Raid: Police, including forensic officers, Nike Flex Series Hot Sell swarming all over the home in Bonny Hills for two days Excavation equipment: Police descended on the Bill and Margaret Spedding's home, bringing with them powerful machinery'I'm just glad they're not murdered, all day long I was thinking the worst.'Next-door neighbour Hannah-Jayne, who did not wish to give her last name, said the police presence on Nike Flex Series Hot Sell her quiet street was massive.'It's been pretty crazy, they were here around 6.30am yesterday there was two police cars and a forensic services van and a couple of other men in suits,' Hannah-Jayne told Daily Mail Australia.'The NRMA came and took away the cars.'It's horrible if they do find him, it just made me feel sick Nike Flex Series Hot Sell that they're digging up the septic tank to find him.'I want them to find him but I really don't want it to be next door to my house, it's a bit upsetting.'Hannah-Jayne said she sometimes saw the boys walking home from school. The property on Wandoo Place, Bonny Hills (pictured), is rented by the Speddings who Nike Flex Series Hot Sell are in their sixties Bonny Hills: Detectives swarmed over the property around 20km north-east of Kendall for two days this week Search: Police are pictured examining one of two properties that has been raided as the search for William Tyrell ramps up 'The kids are there [in the backyard] all the time, we have to go Nike Flex Series Hot Sell down to get the dogs sometimes,' she said.Hannah-Jayne said the couple were 'pretty friendly' and would wave to her when she walked past.Police Superintendent Paul Fehon confirmed the homicide squad and State Crime Command were leading the investigation.A?He told reporters in Port Macquarie the Speddings were not biological relatives of William Tyrell, who has a complicated Nike Flex Series Hot Sell family history.Local police, forensics officers and sex crimes officers have been involved in the investigation. A?There have been no arrests and William is still missing. It is understood the raids were triggered by a tip off to the Crime Stoppers helpline.A?A?The Laurieton unit is above a number of shops, and locals said forensic police had spent Nike Flex Series Hot Sell most of Tuesday searching the apartmentA? Homicide detectives have taken over the investigation of William Tyrell who disappeared on September 12 The property in Bonny Hills rented by repairman Bill Spedding and his wife Police raided a former pawn shop on the corner of Bold and Seymour Street in Laurieton Cars, computer equipment and a single Nike Flex Series Hot Sell mattress have reportedly been seized from the shop in Laurieton which once housed a pawn-broking business Bill Spedding tried out a pawn-broking business 'Speddo's' in a shop near the liquor store in Laurieton's main street, but the business failed'The man who owns the shop underneath the unit they were searching has been talking about it,' a Nike Flex Series Hot Sell staff member at the Laurieton United Services Club told Daily Mail Australia.'He owns the Laurieton Cellars and was saying that police were upstairs, going in and out all day.'When the nearby North Haven Bowling Club was asked for information, they abruptly refused to comment.A?'We can't say anything about it. We won't say anything about what's going Nike Flex Series Hot Sell on,' a manager said.A?Police had previously searched every nook and cranny of the 21 houses near where William disappeared while playing in his grandmother's backyard on September 12, 2014.A?An extensive search of surrounding bushland and waterways involving scores of local volunteers failed to find any trace of the boy.A?Superintendent Paul Fehon, who is leading the investigation, Nike Flex Series Hot Sell has previously said if the little boy met misadventure, police would have found something by now.'We are completely open to any possibility, including human intervention,' he said late last year.'If that has occurred, somebody knows something.'Just a week ago the lead investigator in the case of missing William Tyrell confirmed there were 10 officers working full-time Nike Flex Series Hot Sell to find the three-year-old.William's sister is said to often ask, 'Has anyone seen my little brother?' Monday marks four months to the day since he went missing from Kendall onA?the Mid North Coast of NSW Supt Fehon said investigators had recanvassed the area near where William was last seen in the past weeks, including searching a Nike Flex Series Hot Sell 1.5km radius with specialist cadaver dogs.A?'We've still got a dedicated team in excess of 10 analysts and investigators working full-time and they're going to explore every possible avenue.A?'The main thing is going through the many hundreds of Crime Stoppers reports which have been received from the public and evaluating them, prioritising them and then being able Nike Flex Series Hot Sell to determine the value of the information.'He said William's parents were being kept up to date with the investigation through what has been an 'extremely difficult period'.'They've had to endure a Christmas without young William,' he said. 'They've indicated to me that words cannot describe their pain.'They pray and hope young William will be returned to Nike Flex Series Hot Sell them in 2015.'A? Supt Fuhon has revealed the Tyrell family endured a heartbreaking Christmas Lead investigator superintendent Paul Fehon points to the house where three-year-old William was last seen When William Tyrell's younger sister walks into a room, she often asks 'Has anyone seen my brother?'Kendall local Kay Dollery told Daily Mail Australia earlier that William's Nike Flex Series Hot Sell four-year-old sister, who lives with their parents on Sydney's north shore, often asks after her brother.Ms Dollery had William's Sydney neighbours stay with her when they travelled to Kendall to help during the initial week-long search in September.'I've been to Sydney and had dinner with one of them and they said the sister keeps coming in Nike Flex Series Hot Sell and saying 'Has anyone seen my little brother?'' she told Daily Mail Australia.'It just brings you to tears.Ms Dollery said the people of Kendall remained hopeful William would be found, but were devastated to have no clues four months to the day of his disappearance.A?A?'Going through Christmas was pretty sad - the services club had William's Nike Flex Series Hot Sell Christmas tree which was beautiful - but I think [the mood] is just sombre as we know there is no change which is disheartening,' she said.A?'I think it comes down to the question of there's just been no sign of him and that's the baffling part of it, that there's no indication of where he is, Nike Flex Series Hot Sell there's no indication that he was taken he's just vanished.'I think in real terms most people would have the opinion that someone's got him and then they just live in hope that whoever's got him is looking after him and hasn't done anything awful.'A? Members of the Kendall Services and Citizens Club gave a collection of Nike Flex Series Hot Sell gifts and Spiderman merchandise to William's parents in hopes the missing three-year-old will appear soon Police still have no leads as to his whereabouts, with extensive searches of the bushland around the property failing to uncover any clues His grandmother, mother and four-year-old sister were enjoying a relaxing morning on the driveway of his grandmother's property.A?A?Dressed Nike Flex Series Hot Sell in his favourite superhero costume, William was playing a game of hide-and-seek with his sister.He was dashing around the side of the house before reappearing with a smile and returning to his his family.A?A?When he ran around out of view at about 10.25am on September 12, his mother did not check on him until 10.30am, when Nike Flex Series Hot Sell she went around the corner looking for him and he was nowhere to be seen.A? Lead Investigator superintendant Paul Fehon said a lack of evidence to support any scenario has left investigators stumped Locals say the people of Kendall remain hopeful William would be found, but are devastated to have no clues A?Investigators have now also Nike Flex Series Hot Sell outlined a detailed account of the sequence of events before William's disappearanceNeighbours watched the family frantically scouring the area and calling out his name, before they contacted police shortly afterwards.A?A?One neighbour saw William's distraught mother pacing the quite street after William went missing.Afterwards, his father, who had been at the shops, returned and instantly joined into Nike Flex Series Hot Sell the search.The family had visited Kendall before, with locals recalling seeing them the previous December.Another neighbour said the community has been rocked by William's disappearance, with children no longer allowed to ride their bikes or visit the local store without supervision.A?Anyone with any information about William's disappearance is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 Nike Flex Series Hot Sell 000A? Searches combed bushland surrounding the home of missing toddler William Tyrell's grandmother Police have spoken to everyone they could locate who was in Kendall on the day little William disappearedA?A? Read more: No Cookies | dailytelegraph.com.au No Cookies | dailytelegraph.com.au Error retrieving headline. Please enter it manually. No Cookies | dailytelegraph.com.au Excavation crews arrive at Nike Flex Series Hot Sell property raided in search for missing toddler William Tyrell - 9news.com.au No Cookies | dailytelegraph.com.au 'It has been very difficult': Man who had house excavated in William Tyrell investigation thanks public for support - 9news.com.au .