Search for four-year-old girl missing from WA campsite continues on second day
Then agonising search in Western Australia's north for a four-calendar year old woman who vanished from her family's campsite is into its 2nd working day.
Police are urgently seeking for Cleo Smith, who was previous noticed at 1.30am Saturday at the Blowholes campsite in Macleod, north of Carnarvon.
The woman was last witnessed putting on a pink/purple 1-piece sleepsuit with a blue and yellow pattern.
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Cleo's Mum, Ellie, said the tiny female was in their shared tent at 1.30 on Saturday morning.
When the family members woke at 6.30am she was absent, with experiences her sleeping bag was also nowhere to be found.
The mum posted an update on Facebook at 1.45am today, pleading for aid to find her daughter.
“It's been in excess of 24 hrs since I past witnessed the sparkle in my minimal female's eyes! Be sure to assistance me find her! If you hear or see anything at all please contact the law enforcement!” she posted.
Carnarvon Shire president Eddie Smith yesterday claimed it was “a terrible emotion” but he implored “absolutely everyone to keep on being favourable”.
Mr Smith stated there was a multi-company lookup underway.
“WA Law enforcement are concerned, the SES is associated, a massive variety of the group are associated,” he reported.
The loved ones, who are from Carnarvon, are familiar with the region, often go there to camp.
“The local community's deeply involved, every person's striving to bounce on board and do what they can to support – and we're all praying for a optimistic consequence,” Mr Smith explained.
Anyone with information and facts is requested to phone police quickly on 131 444. Callers are questioned to deliver the reference number CAD 781784.