"We understand the trauma connected to these crimes and we want victims to know if they come forward to report incidents, we will act swiftly and investigate thoroughly to deliver them justice.”Police allege analysis of evidence in previous arrests led them to the two men.Two men accused of being part of a large child abuse network have been arrested in Kendall, the Mid North Coast town from which William Tyrrell disappeared.Investigators have also charged Steven Garrad, 21, with six counts of sexual intercourse with a child under 10 and possessing child abuse material.Both men are facing the prospect of life behind bars if convicted. Police have laid 250 additional state and Commonwealth child abuse charges against two Kendall men allegedly involved in a domestic online network of … Police in Kendall on Thursday arrested Timothy Doyle and Steven Garrad.three-year-old William Tyrrell vanished from his foster-grandmother's home in KendallPolice allege Timothy Doyle, 26, sexually abused a child younger than 10 on two occasions and filmed it, producing child abuse material. Arrests were made across five states – NSW, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia – and 738 charges relating to child exploitation were laid, 632 in Victoria and 70 in NSW. Federal and NSW police arrested the men, aged 21 and 26, at Kendall and Old Bar on the NSW mid-north coast on Thursday. Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad detectives have raided a home only streets away from where William Tyrrell was last seen.US bans use of TikTok and WeChat from Sunday‘Record falls’: The graph that has the PM worriedHowever, raids made nearby on Thursday are understood to be unrelated to the Strike Force investigating Tyrrell’s disappearance.Kendall, on the New South Wales Mid North Coast, has become synonymous with the missing toddler, who was last seen in his foster grandparents’ front yard in 2014.A supplied image of missing three-year-old boy William Tyrrell.“The investigation is ongoing, and further details will be provided at an appropriate time,” a spokesperson said.Netflix 'Cheer' star Jerry Harris charged with producing child pornThe Australian Federal Police confirmed to 7NEWS.com.au a joint operation with the NSW Police Force was carried out on the Mid North Coast.Trump envoy accuses China of 'cover-up' on coronavirus outbreak“Hopefully people reconsider withholding information, call the police and help us out.”There is no immediate threat to public safety, they added.Fate of lions who mauled NSW zookeeper revealed “No doubt there are people who have not passed on information they have,” Craddock said.Police search in Kendall, left, where missing toddler William Tyrrell was last seen.An inquest to examine how he vanished will resume in October.Counsel assisting the coroner, Gerard Craddock SC, said on Monday this week there were people who had information about William’s disappearance and suspected death who should contact NSW Police.William was three years old when he disappeared in September 2014.It was adjourned in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Police will lay 250 new charges against two men accused of having sex with multiple children under the age of 10 years old on the NSW Mid-North-Coast. They were formally refused bail in Port Macquarie Local Court on Friday.The arrests were the latest in a series that has seen nine men arrested and 14 children rescued from child abuse across the country this year.There is no suggestion that the men, who were in their teens at the time Child sex abuse investigators were once again bought to the tiny town of Kendall and nearby Old Bar following a tip off from the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children in the United States.Sally Rawsthorne is a Crime Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.