Parents of Missing Western Australian 4-Year-Old Appeal for Her Return

Authorities in Western Australia have offered a cash reward for leads that help find Cleo Smith, a missing four-year-old girl, who police say was likely abducted from a remote campsite north of Carnarvon on October 16.

The Western Australian government offered a AU$1,00,000 reward for information as the search for Cleo entered its sixth day on Thursday. Premier Mark McGowan said it was crucial that anyone with information came forward.

Over 100 police officers, as well as local volunteers, were involved in an extensive air, land and sea search, according to police.

Cleo was last seen sleeping in a tent in a remote campsite in Macleod, about 50 km north of Carnarvon, in the early hours of Saturday.

Footage shared by the Western Australia Police Force shows Cleo’s mother Ellie speaking about her daughter. Credit: Western Australia Police Force via Storyful

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