Desperate search continues for little Cleo, 4, who went missing from her family’s tent at a remote campsite
- Cleo, four, was last seen by her family at 1.30am on Saturday morning
- The family had been camping at the Blowholes campsite near Carnarvon, WA
- Police, SES crews and locals are frantically searching for the little girl
- A full land, air and sea search would continue until last light, police said
A desperate search will continue into the night for a four-year-old girl who has gone missing from a campsite in rural Western Australia.
Cleo Smith was last seen about 1.30am on Saturday at the Blowholes campsite on the coast at Macleod, north of Carnarvon.
The girl was wearing a pink one-piece sleepsuit with a blue and yellow pattern when she was last seen.
A frantic search is underway after a four-year-old girl disappeared while camping with her family in Western Australia. She is pictured wearing the suit she was in when she went missing
A full land search is under way and police say they won’t scale back efforts until last light.
Some land resources will continue the search overnight before the rescue mission resumes at first light on Sunday with the aid of marine and air assets.
In a Facebook post Cleo’s mother Ellie wrote: ‘Last seen 1:30am and gone when woken up at 6am from our shared tent.
‘Very very unusual for Cleo. Please if you see anything unusual or suspicious call the police.’
Carnarvon Shire president Eddie Smith told Perth Now the family were well-known locals, and the community were out in force helping with the search.
Cleo was last seen at 1.30am and was gone from her family’s tent when they woke up at 6am on Saturday at the Blowholes campsite, 75km north of Carnarvon