It plunges us back into the nightmare of the story of Maddie McCann, the disappearance of a 4-year-old girl who for days has held theAustralia in total anguish. For four days, the little girl’s track has been lost Cleo Smith. Last time she was seen while slept in the tent that his family had planted in a camping in McLeod, about 900 kilometers north of Perth, in the state of Western Australia. Ellie, the girl’s mother, said her daughter was in their tent on the night of October 15-16, around 1.30am. When she woke up, at 6.30, the little girl was gone and her sleeping bag disappeared with her.
The police released images of the girl and the onesie he wore at the time of the disappearance and launched an appeal in hopes of finding witnesses. The authorities have invited other visitors to the camp to come forward with any information that may be useful to find little Cleo.
In the meantime, research is ongoing in the area around the campsite, the Quobba Blowhole, which is located along the Coral Coast. The teams are sounding kilometers of beaches and scrubland and the area is flown over by private helicopters who have joined them to find Cleo Smith. Research is focusing on some shacks on the coast. All the guests and staff of the campsite were questioned and every outgoing car was searched. “We will continue until we can provide answers on what happened to Cleo,” said Inspector Jon Munday. At the moment, every hypothesis is open.