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Search for missing girl continues

Cleo Smith. (WA Police)

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WA Police with the assistance of SES personnel, drones and aircraft, continue to search for missing four-year-old Cleo Smith who was last seen around 1.30am on Saturday October 16 2021 in a tent at the Blowholes campsite in Macleod (50km north of Carnarvon).

Cleo was last seen sleeping in a red and black sleeping bag and was wearing a pink/purple one-piece  sleep-suit with a blue and yellow pattern. Cleo is approximately 110cms tall with honey blonde coloured hair and hazel eyes.

Police say Cleo’s sleeping bag, similar to this one, disappeared with her. (WA Police)

Grave concerns are held for Cleo’s safety. WA Police are exploring all possibilities and have a number of investigative resources to assist including detectives from the Homicide Squad as well as Forensics  and local detectives.

Police are searching a number of shacks today that are located along the coastline at the campsite.

Police are urging anyone who stayed overnight at the Blowholes Campsite on Friday night (October 15) or who were in the vicinity of the campsite or at the campsite itself and did not stay overnight, to contact them on 131 444.

Vision can be uploaded direct to police via the below link. https://wapf.au.evidence.com/axon/citizen/public/cleosmith .

Cleo Smith. (WA Police)

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